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Creation Date: May 19, 1902
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VOL. 38 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON MAY 19.1902 NO 99 : 11: .
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SEVERAL KILLED IN NO GAME TEXAS AGAIN MANY-MINERS I FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT ; : jll\




RAILROAD COLLISION YESTERDAYDue DEVASTATED BY KILLED BY ANEXPLOSION I AT FIRE IN CHICAGO ;Ii t

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III Bad: Wreck on Pennsylvaniaand Viaduct CollapsesWith Thou'" .If

Erie Road. to some unexplained reason, : ;
sands of People. I ; I' t
A CYCLONE
the htonewalU did not come over to ; I II .
::\(,;4tER AMONG THE KILLED I f 29 INJURED, FIVE FATALLY 'e :
play the locals yesterday a? advertised I Special to The N t'V5. I
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EI'tSi Train, Which Was Carrying and sect no excuse; whatever I Knoxville, '[etm., May IS.-A i Accident Occurred During the Pro}.

Nu" cei of Western Delegates to the for their non-aprearar.ee. The Residence Portion of Goliad special to the Sentinel say that an ress of a Fire Which Destroyedthe ,

oean Baptist Convention at Harr Last T1iar-day Manager Oliver received II f-xplosion occurred at the Kraterville Lard Refinery of Armour & Co. i I

..r\j.\ Runs Into Freight a letter from Mauaer ffhaw.' Suffered Most and Thistle coal mines at Coal ,, Loss by Fire $900,000. I II

accepting the terms offered by the I Creek Tenn., thi* morning and only.1,I
'.' '.1 l'a. May 17.-A ssMioited Chicago, May 17.-During the progress

.. ,- | on the Phila.h. I PeIJ-aclila;. Tl.e uiitnajer;; promised" --- I one of the miners is known to have i' uf afire which last night destroyed I,

.. trl. railroad at Jersey I the lard refinery of Armour & Cd. I
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to bring his team and a-ked that escaped.: About Sw men were at E
;' .> !u.nls i from the city. Sev- ipeml to Tne Sevn. i in the Union stock yards, 29 people,

,:.-. a- reported to have LeeuSIM transportation be wired them. This Hou-ton Tex., May !:>.-Reports ARMED FOR WAR work in the mine. Flames are now I i were injured, five of them in a manner I
was done and the! team was expected issuing from their mouth and vent which will probably cause::: death :

l' 1 iodiU: to have been causii yesterday; mornin received here say the town of Goliad hole.. [ in a short time. The loss of the com I.
ON THE BEEF TRUST
I \prens train which was pany is estimated by its officers at J
tornado at 4 o'clock
They didn't arrive, and up to noon was swept by a -
.s a MiuibtT of western dole- between $730,000;; and ISJOO.OuO, with I
Coal Creek, Tenn., May 19.-Geo.N. .
_' 'n the t German Baptist <'on\'en. today offered no explanations for yesterday. Twenty-seven white peo all chance in favor of the latter. .
Special to The News.Washington Camp superintendent of the .1 ; !
),. v: llaoliiiig:: : running into a their conduct. pIe and thirty negroes were killed. List of Injured. I .
'I'; i < ".1 II There May 19.-Ex-Judge, Thistle mine has given out an offi-
were a good disappointed
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many Fatally injured: i ,
[I' ri.< v.:. that Engineer Lewis The cyclone swept a path a mile j
I> people who lounged about Day and Soliciting General Richards cial statement of the number of men Jennie Smith, stenographer. I .
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long and :iii!: 0 yards wide. Within left killed Ray 11 of : ,
the here today for Chicago in today's disaster at both Irwin years age. I
,.': LH ,:. a '. at prrsent. dummy depot expecting the '
I team to show up, and the-e did not this\ area only one building was left I armed with thousands of packagesof the Fraterville and Thistle mines as wagon.Israel Morris, driver police patrol ,, i D,

standing. This building i the residence ; I evidence against the beef trust l.'jO.: : None have yet been rescued. i
SABBATH OF JEWSIS feel anyways good when "no game"was Michael Maloy. driver of fire engine. d
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announced.The .
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of Davis of the Goliad Guard. j i
states district in various Unidentified man. J'
NO LONGER I Giants flayed a game with the The residence:' section of the city < of the east.attorneys : DISPATCH FROM I Others Injured: I''

Rounders on the Fisherville diamond part i Frank Burns, William McNeil, Leo ; ,
suffered The lower portion of
in the\ forenoon and defeated most. Judge;: Day and General Richards OUR RELIEF Milto. Charles hertz William Lertz. i

,., the section being a settlement, BOAT Annie Sanford, William S. ;
>p '.al l to I tie New t.n negro will represent the United: States in Kellogg. ;
them by a score of S to 3. This was
I..lAmt. May 17.-The ahLath of while the upper part contained the the preliminary injunction. The I. Charles Blekerson, Samuel Robinson. i
a mere practice game for the\ Giants John Savage. Charles Traxel, JohnHoffman ,
1 j. I. \\s I is dfart Let us bury it. ("rodn .
will be heard before the cml to The New? I
residence of the\ wealthier: white proceedings William Orebblin Mrs. Morris i
Word was received this morning ,
v r "I i arced the Sabbath day. It i is I .
United States circuit Chi- I Washington 10.! The Sehwader. William McKaever Jaa
in ,.p-rmition of man. Only million that Selma could cot come for next classes.rpeciat:' court at May navy
r"" a end peddlers! ran observe thai.nMsh cago. :; department today received the following McN'amara. Mrs. P. H. Frazer. Mrs F. !1
Thursday but a oleo from Brewton i It. Gifford, .
I Sat'dath in then days of activt ___ Harry Jennings, James Du
to tie Sews.Dallas ; dispatch from Capt. McLean I i I I
harhan. :Mamie
will take felrnia&s place Roach Edward Busby
t uIHI.tn all intents and purib I i i
., .,h already Ias brcomtThe day ofbt. I extuud.1Y a game will be Tex.. May 1'J.Latent MINERS PREPARED : of the Cincinnati from Fort de I and David Fleming. ''
I France I I There were a number of accidents. 'I' '
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inspiration of the Sabbathn played with! a lea,;u:, team from report this morning show that the I I IVatl"r hut far the 'i
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largest number of those :
\ bo restored! only !,> partu ipatmshi FOR A LONG STRIKE "\ barge not needed. Ashes, t IiI' .
flood of life about us and n-coj-, either Himingham or New Orleans diastrou* cyclone which swept I' who were hurt received their injuries i Ir "

.; as our day of rest the day set The New Orleans men have prom- Viand volcanic dust falling thickly by the falling of a hog runway upon .
Texas caused --
across : yesterday gieatloss
1 here like thick I which they were standing to obtaina I
now
i the nations! in which we h\e. j fog. Decks are
bed to be here, but a preference for ,
Special to The News.Hazletou better view of the fire.
!'l'IaratillnsH.re made last of life. The damage to property rovered. MI-LEAN.
> IT. Emil G. HlrFth in the the Birmingham nine is held and I Pa., May 19 That the The lard refinery had just been ; :I
is almo-t incalculable. :
4 sermon at Israel temple that team in all probability may be completed and was considered by its i i., :
miners of the anthracite coal
'Irged the substitution by induced tu c--iie. The cyclone is believed: to save regions TO BORE IN owners the most complete establish! 'I'II, .

Sunday for the Sabbath I -- : are prepared for long and desperate I went o its kind In the United State : i "
originated on the gulf coast at a .
a >;1J' Thos. C. Watson & Co., I trike i* shown today: by the state- ) GEORGIA DIRT It was five stories high! and 250 by 300 t : ; :
almost outh of Goliad t '('Pt. It was filled with new and costly I
point ; directly
the Real Estate take ;
leading? Agents ment made by John Mitchell the ] j
Great Fire In Lisbon. :all the worry oft tie shoulders of the machinery, and duncg the day 3, .: ,\
'i > :May 17.-A dispatch: to owners of property, manage. the and travelled in a northerly direction leader of the striker j! 111(11) people worked within its walls. J :.

*!B r in and Journal from Us- renting of their houses; and the collection as far as Kentucky. It leftdp.olation He said: "This is not a spasmodic Special to The N>w!. I The fire originate; with an explosion
of the of their rents as con-cien.tiou I of three lard tanks the '
"- I'll" lower part town on fifth
lv as they would themselves and ruin from Texas to affair. The chances for and againstthe ; FolkMon. Ga. :May 11.- ('aptain A .1 :d
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: partly destroyed by fire. floor of the building. The cause of 4
F. Lucas, who IiI
?ro\eiPtl the famousoil 1"1 '
: :.. .nil ipdl\ petroleum stores arer.it I Their charges are very reasonable. Kentucky. Of the four states despoiled miners have been carefully wells' of Bt>a'lmont. Tex., has be..n the explosion' is unknown, but the t, fir

real the garrison has turned: Cleaning ladies skirts and waist? the Texas weighed by men who acted with the I in Georgia for some time prospecting three tanks which were filled with

m' waist In < lu-rklng the fire. Their : I is one of our specialties. Htar Laun by cyclone seemsto knowledge that the strike would be tor oil. and it is his belief that a gusher boiling!; lard went up with a roar al-

"I ."C < in .1)1), ulalje! dry. have suffered mot. prolonged. In view of the danger .I will be found in this section. He I most in the same seionrt. ,t was not I.r .
han a minute after the explosion until the I i
been _
at work
quietly and has :
The fate of Goliad i, till uncertainas secured
that the strike last entire fifth floor .
might I
; : many a lease ('InI" acres of land I, was a mass of flamefl. i K

Great Clearance Sale communication i is cut off. One months, the miners have prepared in the neighborhood of the Okefe- I Within an hour the building was totally .... ,1I

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f destroyed.ThP
nokee I 4
themselves\ swamp.
and have
carefully
rumor ino,t widely circulated Anton!; ac- fire
The machinery has been ordered for was one of the most spectacular : t:

u -or the many rumors concerning the cumulated funds out of extra work use In boring trial wells and some of i it that has been seen In Chicago 1. ;'

which the operators carried on the is already the in iet-nt years. ,
on ground. The spot 1
is the\ etlectthat there :
city to are not ,4i
last two months with which to for sinking the first well, which has I 1'1:
[tthan; two hundred killed and already been selected, is about l\'t i> Ice cream freezers that ,

.SHOES. and that nearly every structure in fortify themselves. miles from this place, near the St \' freeze quick, at the Willis I :

. Mary: river at old Camp Pinckney. Capj,j\Hardware Co.'s. Ii
the path of the tornado is demol- 4,000 DESTITUTEAT I| tain Lucas came to this section and i; --- ,r i
I i The one great virtue of Burnett'*Vinilla !
,.-,\T- ished. began looking over the ground for evidencps Extract purity. It Is real vanilla extract 'i'! : I :
I of the oily substance and it is i and nothing but vanilla extract. (Al*.yiTODAY'S ; .
ST.- VINCENT believed that he has found conditions aye L'uraefi'.l I
SURGEASYOFACTIVITY !
THE BIG STORE A such as will Justify belief In the presence :
-- of oil in this neighborhood. The !j MARKET REPORT :

peat to The Seers.Washington owners of contiguous land are holding ., ,
\\ ILL BEGIN THURSDAY, MAY 15, I9o2, AND; ; ATMONT their and will await J '1I
property
May .-The United ments. develop IIY 1'R\9:1CULA6TUCFtEXCH.1NGl: r: ;:

CONTINUE FOR TEN DAYS. PELEE Mate Consul at Barbadoes has cabled I East Government- Street. I 11!i i i!J.

Efforts to Settle Strike. il
the state department today the I <
Augusta Oa.. May 17. An I STOCKS. I 1 11
-- effort i is I I
following: i il 1''I
": NO. ONE-10 Pair Baby Hlippers, being! made to terminate the cotton 'I Open.Sugar..125 High Low. Clo e. I !.
.9.9.A'1 C Special to The New "16..) deaths at St. Vincant; 4000' mill !strike now in iu sixth week A 126.. 125t8 128% ,,J
worth 75; to We .... At c I J.... 77'' 78?: "-1/ I
regular; pair at Frt de France May 19.-The destitute and in immediate want petition circulated among the Kin? .1,8 77ia; : : a I
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U. H. 39% 40 '
3S1-t: 39J pl
N ). TWO-57 Pair Baby Button and Lace shoes in Black showers: of ashes which have recently supplies are needed for slxl) months. mill operatives asking that the mill be 111 ......151L.&N..13S 15Hi{ 15lae 151 ,I !

69 C been falling from the volcano Mont This authentic." started again, has already bppn signed 138 136e 137 I, ;I;i ,t
!ii:. tiid Tan, sizes 2 to 6, worth regular !Puc and $I. 1), at.. .. .. .. --- by several hundred non-union em- Dl. U. P. 9Sii 9i?g 97.la 9St '
Pelee, ceased Saturday night, at plo>'ea. The union workers express Man..l31i4 131% 130; 131ty I" 'I

''I 1 \ \I THREE-65 Pair Children's Red and Tanrttrap Slippers, which time the whole city and the TWO CARGOES their determination to remain out as !p t.Paul.16tP4 167?, 16uti II'J6, :I
,9, long as the commissary supplies their i Penn ...14 $'u us'-2 Hn 14S' I I :
..z-- '.. 'j, worth jegular $1 and 11.25' per pair, at .. .. .. .. .. shipping in the roadstead were covered wants. I H. P..... 64'4 61is 63 63?; ; :

with ashes and cinders to a con OF SUPPLIES ATMARTINIQUE U. P.-102 103}4 102 a 1034< II -04 I ?
l "i' !' V) H >( R-22 Pair Children's Red Strap Slippers sizes S;s T. C. I.. G2'4 62'. 61!2 82V i j, ;
98 C siderable depth.A Convention of Georgia Maytors.Atlanta C.F.I96% 97 80*{ 97 ; iij

t.' w. rti.! regular $1.5o per pair at.. .. .... ...... .... .. .. .... repetition of the recent shower May 17.-A convention of ,I F' +
the mayors of all the principal cities 1
: U'l I N'i' I i. HYE-20\ Pair Children's Pat Vamp Strap Slippers, sizes of lava was: threatened Sunday and towns of Georgia will be held i in NEW YOUK COTTON I I :f11;

j J 3 C 5 morning when the crater was cover Atlanta this summer. The movement Open. Hieh. Low. Close, ;!\ w
"t :,} worth regular to U. per pair...... ..... ... .. .... .. Paris, May 19.-M. Decrais, minister : originated with Mayor !..Umsnd he 1''May ....895 9J5 b91) 9<)5 : "i
ed by a huge volume of smoke but July ....869 &92 865' 881 !
'11' '\\1.; KI\21 Pair Children's Black and Tan Oxfords and all indications: of activity have now of colonies, today received the baa received so many favorable letters 'August..b-t S5680S 839 Sal I ,
from other mayors throughout the .. >1'
6 Hept .1-iIJ) 8c ,
r..i'; Mippers. sizes o to 1, worth regular $I, at.... .... .. .. ... .. C ceased, and the feeling of dread and following dispatch from Acting state that be bu definitely decided Oct.....791 797 788 80379o !I j t
terror which bans: over the inhab Governor Bheurre of the Island of to teena call for the convention loCM t' 3Ii '! "

I N\'. "EVEX-34 Pair Ladies' Oxfords and Strap slippers, itants has subsided. Martinique: court* of the next few days.The i : ,zt. ;:i
69 CHICAGO-WHEAT. I ; : ,,1

"g'-ilar price $1.25 to $2 per pair, at. .. ... .. ...... .. .. .. ...... C "Captain Oallaher who was a d.- Open. Hizb. Low. Close, .! lII
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delegate to the president of the P' July... 74J4' 74% 74/: 7l; '! :;,
r0.. EIOHT-12:! Pair Children's Tan Shoes in Button and A WEAK STOMACH .1 Sept .... 73/4' 73r 73 73>$ .1 i'f
U9S0. United State, is expected aboardthe t .

u> size regular price $1 per pair, at. .. .. .. ... . .... C When the stomach ia weak Dixie today. Good CORN I

!,1 : Pair Misses' Black and Tan Oxfords and .... your food remains undigested, "The Dixie and Fontabella are ...Open. Hlh. Low. Close j I
NIXE-37 : 1 Housekeeperuses
\ Q.rap and you fail to receive the prop. t July. ells 6n: 60% 61V 1
' : Slippers.sizes 9 to 2 worth regular fi.75 and $2.00 I Went .... K9i< "
.i : : : l..Ja er nourishment from it. Try a both expected at Martinique today 9Ji 591.. ,Sue !I :
.
r pair at .. dose of HOSTETTER'S STOMACH .
Their cargoes will be exempted from NAVAL STORES /,1 1'
BITTERS after eacb meal. It MAKKKT.Reported I' ,
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: 'co. TEN--50 Pair Boys' Shoes, sizes to regular price i $1.50 will aid the stomach in its workof customs port duties."
Grape Nutsand DaJl-- t:
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{ 97lUiUiattt digestion and prevent DYSPEPSIA for The Newt bf j i ,
'f : air at. . . . .. . ..... ..... ..... ... .. .. .. CONSTIPATION, BILIOUSNESS Union Naval Store Co. II Si 11;
Order
Conferred on Loubet
and NERVOUSNESS. drops out t &01131. .. .

Try Paris. May 17.-A dispatch to -TieMatin meat WW_..........S1J II .......... ._ :". I
it.HOSTETTER'S from Madrid says that the queen just now WG_...... >> .., (i .... ......-._$155r 1 35 '

& Ion. regent of Spain baa conferred the Order If_._.... ._ : .-... ._ I ait {
loljnsoii all Grocers !S5 J: ..___ 1 2.1 '
STOMACH BITTERS. of of the Golden Fleece upon Pre l- ___ : D.__ 1 'i
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THE DAILY NEWS PEN8ACOLA FLORIDA MONDAY. MAY 19, 1902

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IJ ABOARD GETS EAST AND WEST. I IMPOSING CEREMONIES. QUIET IN COAL REGIONS. I --- -

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Rosecrans' Re. Opposing Forces Seem to Be Quietly
: This Will Give Former Road Entry Reinterment of General '
'7 ,, ti Awaiting Developments.
at Cemetery.
,{ Into Coal Fields. mains Arlington ,,
I Atlanta. May 17.-The purchase of IJ I Washington, May 17.-With ImposIng Hamilton May 17.-Tbe regions

: acting ceremonies the remains of Major hereabouts were very quiet today aud
J the East and West by parties I
presumably in the interest of the Seaboard -i I General W. Stark Kosecrans today every one is patiently awaiting development
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re-interred in Arlington cemetery I *. Prtsident1it'bt1I says
1 Air Line yesterday was a step were
that ha* long been expected. ,I under the direction of the Societyof has had no communication with anyone

The purchase of this line, which ex. the Army of the Cumberland. The regarding the settlement of the

1 tends from Cartereville Full' ; City services were presided over by Central strike. He has received no word he for Infants and Children.

1 Ala.. means that the Seaboard has definitely D. B. Henderson speaker of the I said from Senator Hanna or any oth

I derided to at owe begin operations Louse of representatives. President er member of the Chic Federation. ; The Kind You Have Always Bought has borne the signature

i for getting an entry into Bir Roosevelt, member of the cabinet, "The operators have refused our demands tlf Chas. II. Fletcher, and has been made under Ins

mingham. For a long; time such action! senators and representatives and a I ." h*? continued. "We have quit personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no olio

I r on the part of the Seaboard has then host of friends, including many of his II I work" and it is now up to the other to deceive you In this. Counterfeits, Imitations ami i

predicted, but it has never been known old army associates were present to side. ".JII..t-a..- ocd" are but Experiments, and endanger the 1

j 1 whether the East and West would be 1 pay their last tribute to the noted sol HERE'S A BABY The operators also appear to be health of Ch.ildreu-Experience against Experiment. j
awaiting developments. The mine
purchased or an indepPndentline con dier.
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ttnuted by the Seaboard. |i Full military honors were accordedthe owners in this region say that they The Kind You HaveAlwaysBough! !
Mother is Well. I .
Its
g have shut down indefinitely and will
The purchase was consummated In remains which were borne to the

Baltimore esterday. grave on a caisson and escorted by The baby is healthy because during the tot attempt:: to start up their collieries Bears the Signature of

The Seaboard has long; been anxious the president, high officials of the period of; gestation its mother used the I They feel that enough men could be I I

for an entry into Birmingham both for'' army and navy as well as by General popular and purely vegetable liniment, secured from the miners' ranks to partially I I 1

the purpose of getting a line of its Kosecrans' former comrades in arms I resume work but this they fear i 1I

o," n into the coal fields and for the : of the civil war and many other notables Mother's Friend j would bring on strife which they declare

purpose of petting a strong western they want to avert.
connection.! The 'Frisco system of I When the funeral procession reached ,, Mother's Friend is a soothing, softening, I The Illinois bituminous, operatorswere Al
relaxing liniment, a muscle maker iu\'i ;.1 '
which Birmingham Is the eastern terminus the cemetery the remains were conveyed orator and freshener. It puts new lower : again besieged for their opinions I In Use For Over 30 Years. ..

is said to beery friendly to to the pavilion.In into e back and hips of a coming mother. ; on the plan of the anthracite men .wt' u..nu. eo........ YU..r.r.ttr .rw ..0.... err
the Seaboard and the two roads will the: opening!; exercises Speaker) It is applied externally only, there is to call out the soft coal workmen. 1 fi

doubtless work toiMher closely. IiPuder-onnbopresided. delivered an no dosing and swallowing of nasty drugs, I They reiterate that it would he d!?'- 1

I 1 address in which he reviewed the rec- no inward treatment at all. cut to accomplish such a thins There i

1 PRAYED OVER MAN HE SHOT. ,I j, ord of General Rosecrans in war and The influence state of the the mother disposition i during and gestationmay futureof I might be sporadic; !'strikes but nut a ; The Star Laundry !3

peace and paid a high tribute to his the child; that is one reason why mothers I general stiffenpion.) I ;
Tom Gilbert Killed By Deputy Sheriff ability and bravery as an officer anu should watch their condition and I lieu nan J-isti.: of Chicago, president .,

McCroy. his sagacity and integrity as a member avoid juin. Her health that of the child :I of the Illinois! Coal! Oppra'ors' asap : Biggest Busiest Best !

Floff nee.Ia... May 17.-Tom Oil-j i j I of the (congress minister to Mexico and their lives clejH-nd on keeping free i, oatii.ii: said he ',F-IiI''t1 the sutoal i

bert was killed by Deputy Sheriff I and as a business man. from pain, worry and melancholy. lie of j jgood I m-1 II! generally would aid their f<>iloI '" ____ _d __ .
I cheer of heart and peaceful <
Pave McCroy at St. Joseph T 'nn., || The exercises at the pavilion over inind. Mother's strong Friend can and will {I, new in this region mainly! in a finan

Just over the county line. '1 the cortege moved! slowly to the grave. 1 I na! \\lY. HP said that the Illinoivst .-
mate Bearingdownpains, mom-
you so. ,
As the affair happened/ in the country |i 1 where the committnifnt service was inn sickness, sore breast and insomnia art :i, >! <"ii ..t treating with the miner and j.. \\Ve Gather I'p P Tib
the details are meager but It' read closir.g I with ":"Nearer My God all relieved by this wonderful remedy. I I! the ntcrir into an 31ru'11t'r.tith;

seems that M('Croy's little sou had ,, to Th.e," by the quart< t. Of dmggi-ts at:1 oo per l*ttle. the Iin "I. is the best now existine. and +ftIs .
boueht a box at a supper and Taps were sounJed.: followed)' a Send for our l"k "riotherhood" free lie w )iM like ot see the ar.thrar it.miners ii. From all part of II'"

failed! to take! thR girl whose: name ; salvo of artillery and the last sad rites tilE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. ATLANTA GA. :': aril: the coal operators leach ;i = :: Our delivery men will r.
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he drew. This angered fiilbert; who over the distinguished soldier had i ,wltl..ml nt. a 1 r

took the boy out and pave him a ;,: been performed. EVADING THE LAW. where, at any time that -

found whipping. MCroy started to i -y- -- iow Ate 1 our Kltlnf). '1' Write or telephone u* and w.

find the boy. but was halted by Gil. Tore niootl. The I'lctnrpo of I'IliI .&: flirt!. In e Dr Iirbhs'-paraeuei'hecureaUklQtryI1.! ai.
oIl'tree Add stprliim Urniro I"" I fairw(r N r
Bert, who was the aepr-or In the It Infectious disease is In the vicinl luliiimiiirdun 'luviiiue.Aooordinj deavor to serve you tettt

fight that followfd. Gilbert fired at i ty. it should be remembered that pure :;: to one of the tenets of th I' STEAMSHIPS. other Laundry can.

McCroy and Killed a horse MiCroy'': bloml contains bodies that will combat Molianitiied.iii religion it is a Fin ti
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took Gillifit's p'stol away from him diM-a-e t'ernis.; These bodies are tin make a lurtnr" of any living thin::. Tin

and they < lim bed and fell. McCroy : white corpuscles and they will en. C'lalwirate decorations! the palaces SiO > >Ci4.i4. t c i c t 141fAN
underneath C.lbert started to cut'McCioy wrap and actually devour tV fatal 'nd inowjuew of tlie: east are almost ecluieij ALL WORK C. 0. D. fiocisCallcifcniiDtimni! i : I IJ
| I ITo
with his knife and made a bacilli: ol' fevers and similar diseases.So !:Iatl" up I.f i iu'ui.\I: \ >ly inter OCEAN TRIP TELEPHONE 114. 27 GARDEN ST. j j

wound! in the hip and :'old'IIIY fired at it is well to keep the vital lluid in bared ;;t-i,tin-trie dossils: ::1I.\"C't"\III'$ '"i iCoHiT < k

Gilbert: with the pistol h.. had taken health. : *. into rmi\I.,1: v. itb M-ntenc-c-s ol NEW YORK{ BOSTON WALKER INGRAHAM Manager. 1
| rtlSD: ALL J
the KS'I'l.TI'I'I' { ,
from li'in. Oilbeit lived a short while
: \\llh 411 My \\orldly Good.
is belief! among: :Mii!'''uman! I EASTERN RESORTS J !
and :McCniy :'tapdith him to thelast A minister ho"e trst parish was In
anti it i is said prayed with him.Mro the backwoods of the west that sit the day: of judgment Allah: wil! a
some years demand that the artist who has mad Via w1mnn\J. j jI
4 I
W. B.
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went to Lawrenceburg. Tenn., ago says that he once married a very the ima.:e of a !living; tl.luLall endow 4 Tile WHIGflT COmPANY,
and gave himself up. seedy looking bridegroom to a bosom iniai rI I
I
i that iota::e with life! and that failing: ; tc 1 OCEAN 5TKAM5HIP COMPANY \
---n -- girl; of perhaps twenty'vears. The ceremony
Sciatic KheuinaiiMii Curf"tlr.. \ .It) this, the artist will be seat to perdi ,| i.' >\\ I<.\TI-: M m Khf nh 4 \ l MANUFACTURERS; AM DKALI.K: IN
r was performed in the I log cabin ...
tiuii fur his sin. 2 5O Hours of Ocean Breezes
K 11111'11'1'0'I'ar... of hiiflciiujr. li'iini.-of the bride's and then -=
I parents A gentleman! who visited a mo"<|ne irAlgiers 1 Sailings each WeeK --- .-? LUMBER LATHS
"I have been attlicted with sciatic \\ hen tilt
were guests present
many ;
,
:; ; found that the tiles with whist 4 Jl'
rbtumiitiitn for fourteen yearrays. *. bridegroom repeated the word, "WitL from Savannah, Ga.
Josh Edgar, of Oprm: utowl.Cal. the building; is decorated which nn ( ; .
nil worldly goods I thee endow." a lLJJ I > ;
my \ f SlfEDCIPBESSSHIHGIESHilBrtlSjiPENHACOLA. : l
itMtinO thin r..iilirMf "
"I was able to be around, but very old I and bi-autiful. are ailorner il' > .. 'nrat i
tall lank Cl'IIIIwltb a huge tobacco Ji i f n "1"1. rr\ i \in| ''niiiiriilK.t *
constantly suffered. I tried everything with flights; of I birds.} lie expressed surprise i '\ ,!". gl'I '..t.I-..ar l."'fli-A. o" i..t.u,, |I"tlr fj
.
I could heir of and l.i-t cud In his bulging; check drawled outnasally n> xit "."'i .,I I.: >, i I,11 Mt1: r..u'l. i'a w -.. : FLA.
: at
.
Wl'lf' at this and asked if the eoiiitnanc i i"\ rL.U1*" .1 'i fin nail':ili :,'ui '". !Ii. in- f
told to try Chamberlain 1'ainIiilm. :! : f .o..a t rr in \rw'i uil, l I.i I. '
a::am-t stun rqrc'sentatJonCTB i "
which I did and wa iunnedi.atelyandeI "Thar pies Hank's bull terrier bj i rOM .n... IInu.'o.... ....."5"H. f
tn'4th'I'D edict
1: and in a short time cutei.. i. gum!"-Lippincott's I aazine.Want : "Ou, no." answer*'d the pious Ale : R R link"...nl.. v.rilrr R|. he.! ,.1.APPLY. I.....TO...1.. I U fWf. W STANDARD \nlllMlEii{
am happy to =.iy it ha not ". ...IoI..11.L.' ,..., Hr.we.l.. H.. L'I
sincereturnedVliy; not use thi- rian to whom hel lh''I''.'il tie! goes : "..I..II..L.... ........ I.-..I. J>rLvm illr.lU f'
liniment and /cet well.: It i N for s'llt- Others to Knew."I tion. "These are not pictures of liinibirds. : >>I"f"J"J ,
by all dru ,'i..t" and medicine deal have lI-ed DeWitt'Little ." in Cas. of 4 Full Quarts at S3.20 per case
Early Risers for constipation andtorpid
ers.I 1:1 if !IGK.NKK.UJ: FKKNCH SCHKIHI.KFollowing : : -
they are painted ns Cyinca
i liver and then ire all ri 'ht. I
am-glad to indor-e them for I think ro--s the tiles," the other aid in some t INKFv: I i- di-tilled at the N..louI f,
i;? the schedule of the!
when we find a grind tiling weou- ht a llJllb.hllll'U 1 ; I =tlllery: and i- fully matured m w' "
I.
( fJff to I..tothfor" know it. writes Alfred "Yes," the MnssuSraan! replied! "bu1 ;g'uverumeutsteamer General French JROYAL f ;;'. it i i- absolutely pure and not n

lravL Heinze, ( uinc\.'. Ill. They never ilo cwt not MC that about the neck ol : which THE XKWS print for the by any Whi-k<>,}' of the attic ,u-.
plats fignatnre U on rrrry box: : rt the |genuine: gripe or di-tr.-1. :Sure. -afe pill- each there is a fm'oladi line? That i; benefit of the merchantwho! ;hip where produced. The Royal Staiiti.tr

Laxative Bromo.Quinine Tablets HarjriPharmacy.. John: Sl.eppard.iMdney to !'hllthat the artist painted only 'i their good to the various ; old when bottled, and: consider'
i tube remedy that cum a cold In one day..I : Kahn. dead birds: and the command of the army quality, is the cheapest whirki '
.< --- post : at that price. A* a beverage and -
Koran is not vtolateL"Soldier
k' \ Vnttrr nfnm.. Leaves IVnt-acnla ... 7:<"ia. m, ) pure ,-tit:plant, there j M none b<"' '
; RELIEF FOR CUATAMALAN Leave+ H"rr"nl'. .. .. ... ..... 7eIa.in. cases containing uo marks whatcv .
A prominent! New \ 'irk l.i "y"r. oocnfloiwlh Swalbws Morphine. LeavebPiekens .. ... Ran a. m. If
[ '
head ot in nnticijoi with Leaves inrraiicA< .. .. .. ":li a. m.IrfHt'es ; purchaser upon exati.i
SUFFERERSVice Cincinnati. May 1'-lil'forrl Tloh- 1'eiKnoola .. 111:11m. ',}', Is not sati-fictl with the qiKini.
divorce (:\;:i>;:, 1.,1 the following: EARTHQUAKE +
: Arrives HHrrancas 11:10 a. nt. and then can return the at
errs, of ompany D. Third same our expense and in
infantry, .
::;"111" p'ar MUM I wis rctjiiiicd bj innkvii a trip to Fort :ltl'lIlId then return will be refunded.All .

l) AiiMnih.in ImiiUtT's iluiihtcr: to secure ---- 8iiird! "d by taking: morphine. IIi:! offi- i !.revs-, !to liarraneas.Knrraucas ... .. ... ... ll.i: p. in.l.eatrsl'uken orders should be accompanied bv, '-u, -

JJ fC IUT a III"Orl.... After having ol>- Jon-ill Vincent J..IJ.ll of (I'I sand comrades saythe deed was i .. I::!" p.lII. EIGHT YEARS OLD currency po tmce money order, bank draft x

tamed the decree dclivcnil it to her'' (iiiatamala has r ued an appeal for due to afflictions that followed the privations Ifa\rs LI'\.p.II.Rcol"I'lekcn' .. .... 5:15 1u1 p.p. m in. 6 press money order.Ve refer to Fir-t Nat

and was Mirpriscd \\ hen she burt intc don'itions for the thousands left of haul campaigning !in the Arrives Knrranrns 5t1 i : p. m. and flake 7bNDAR JJank or any merchant in Peu-ucola./
a roar of laughter after reading: it i i 1 Philippineh His trip to :llcltl'ami return.
5\ mother
hottelesby the earthquake: which and brother

."'What, l.s liM.k so funny' I a>!ieiL"Why de-troyed two Juatamalan cities Savannah.:: Ga.__ have been notified boat\Vedne-daysaud'Aatwrdays wi-1!l leave Barrancas: ; via Pick-the S. A. FRIEDMAN
here. replied{ the di-i.t
Torcee. 'l.m U at the naiiies-"!>ono- April ltl. ('.very charitable Pensa- ens; for 1'eiuacola at 6:::10 p. m.

hue" jiistur: "u'n.\ rlll'," referee, coliau should -ub.crtbemething. A REVELATION.If The General French U i for army r Soi.E PKUI'KIETOR, PENSAf'ilLA.: KtA.

: "Koenan." county clerk. Why,' she! Donations have thus far been madeas you will make inquiry it will purposes only and any out-icier curt '-
have from the fHISKEV
mirthfully n.l.liil. 'wln-n I return home follows: be a revelation to you how many 1 take a pats her.quartE'n1135terI 1', O. BOX III{. Tiifrno.Nh; 179
-uccumb pa-s-aire o i 1
I' to my parents they'll say. "You went 'A.OrefUhl1t. . .. . .. .. .t 11M')1 troubles} in to one kidnpor form or another bladdeV: E -
to Ireland fur jour divorce, not tc 1 a attcoluK .
America. Jake Lipp-. i noM.tionzilez i If the patient inot beyond medi- STEAMER LINE SCHEDULE ; w ,.-1 handle every claof: Liquor !sold

.. lliU i cal aid Koley'- Kidney Cine will bulk or bottle, wholesale or retail at ( rices that

> \V J. A- H. .: ItM'I cure. It never di.appoiutaV.. A. are way down
7 j Pinned Faith to Plymouth Recur.'fhe D'AMnberte. 121 S. PaLlf"xtref"t.. BN\\N'II Pen..acola anllIillllllBoat: iF icppt i I
Morris ': .. ltiUVa..h. AGENT FOR THE FAMOUS PABST BEER.
; dominance of New England: : sentiment Hlln" nail)' \ Siinilay.

In matters of ancestry arid early .. I (1'I .
M. Seasonable h o u ,v eh old "CITY OF TAMPA."
.' history was illustrated a certain h.Koch 1 ( I

meeting of women in New York the Cash . . . . ... . .. II HIHI J I and kitchen utensils at the Lv Milton ; -Ji 1 am P"n'III'olllI"I"' ''pinAr lAZICKB&CO.

other day when the first Cnglish settlement XickpIJ-tle .. ... .. ... .. II( I'I 1'I'II'a"IIIIlalll Ar MiKou .1 ''pin

was spoken of as having beta: Ca"'h .... . .. .. ... .. ...... .. 1 (HIW I Willis Hardware Co.'s.i lure.flic Kouiut trip,ri:"'.

of ; made In Jamestown. (!eo. T. Mor/an( ; .. .. ... ... .. .. 11"1 i II I will launder for Plumber Gas and Steam fitter
your spreads DR. KING'Sj
"Why. 1 always thought It was 1n P. 1 K. Torijne.. . I ,
. . . I Oil I i I 15 cents each and make muni look

Plymouth of New rock LuglndnJ! exclaimed so a did daughter ::I." Chris Thie-eu .... ... .. ..... I IHI,I like uw Star Laundry. j i NEW DISCOVERY No. & South Palafox Street

: Cash . ., .. .. .. ... ... .. .. 1 .
1' I I All Klnl ..
And I. echoed others at least half o. Plumbing and Gas Fitting Mai nalfi K..otIP wid
of the women present all of them supposed Uarl-oii & Li&dLep ... .. .. .. .... 1 UtKJ: FOR THAT COLD. n:1.FP"n"'I'" "vv A.'. t

I? to be well educated persons, be. Mayer I .... .. .. ... ... I : A. Wade & Son TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE. ,

tag of that opinion.. J. Mul.lonM. ( . .. .. ...... .. .. I IKW;I Cures ConsumptionCoughs

M 1Ilk'" K3uhl1 Lll.. ... .. .. . I II I Cold Bronchitis Asthma A11 ] LE: .A..v
,\ No InMHIlf l ll1l' < REAL ESTATE :>, ,
,1 F. H. I'.MI .. . ... .. .. . 1'IIIu; .of Pneumonia e.cyetC'S.OR
: I have sold ChltllhHl.liu'" Colic IayFeverJ'leu-
Cholera and DiarrhuM Remedy for :r*. \.. ClulcrdJim. . ... .. .. 11k\, Rental gods and Mosey Brciers ,

'I year, and would rather be nor of \VooJ . . ... . . ;;.; risy, LaGrippe, Hoarseness, TO AVERY t W 'l.iLFOI.K
I i "offand than it. - __. Sore Throat and
( sunai I sold ire Croup
:, 1SV(<<-st < ;riiini'iit<< 't. IMPORTER
[ bottles of it AND JOBBER
ye-terd y to thre-her" hoping Uniii li. Whooping OF
Cough.
l that could iro no firfher, and they
t are at work air-tin this I1tnrninI :;:.":" A woman win ha* had experience.with City, Surburban Property and NO CURE. NO PAY.

I R. PHEI.I-J. PIvmonth.OkIiho- this di':ea-e, tells how to prevent Price 50c. and $1. TRIAL BOTTLES FREE. HARDWARE.

: ma. A< will be een by the ..ibovethe any diugtroijj; con-equences Timbered Lands for Sale.Qp.nts
> .
thre :I ber ahlt:
i' ; were to keep on
n with their work without lo-itlg a from it. Sle-ay- : Our three children PICNIC Iron, Nails!, Axes, hl\'fI".l'Iaw :Miij d ..!-,...w.hfat

it. single day's time. You should keep took whoopiu;: cough la-t summer Collected: BASKET Supplies, (AVkingand Heatir. ',v.uu' oils
't.. a bottle of this reined: in your hom. our baby boy bfinz orly three| Prompt; Retarns Made Window Glass, Guns! Pistols ant F, I. ir:/ ritkle.

l, For sale by all dru6'pi': and inedi- months old, and owing to ",ur :jrivina DANCE .i I

.t' cine dealers.__ than Chainbrrltin'-i Cnuh K..mej Valuable<< Cit> Iniicrt| << > I11iproud Agate and Tinware ana lIon el'lIrnishing Joods.
dy they lo-t J1Y THE
t H - j none of tl.elr plump-
tress and came out in much better ;11111 t'niulproted i << I -AGEN.SFOR BIRMINGHAM ROLLING MILL COMPAN
Ladies' EI
fJf health than other children who did I I'nr >alf.i AuxiliaryBROTHERHOOD I Revere Giant riti'chpd: I>Itii.r. Northampton Emery
not use thiremedy.. Our olde-t lit :
t. tie eirl would call -- LOCOMOTIVE Wheel Co.. Ltftm fe Baud P.\Ml Co., Jnhn"ou' Kilsoiaine. I
This npnMnro l-i ra every' box: : of tae gPDu.e betwrrn lustjijfor cou 'h i: I List with l"your Homes fIr Rem. Iron Kiuif aud luck 1"h"Fand Ranges, Win. 1 I
laxative i BromoQuinine'I'at1etsthe syrup PiXKtY HALL. a whoops! .-JK:<:.IF ENGINEERS I Coups & Co.Raw Hid L-C- J.eath'rIasun -
;'rinvllil', Ala '
{ rrb oily that cnre a cold la one day. Thi remedy t- f..r s tif. ball dru": We Guarantee Satisfaction. Made Railroad Color". f
i'tauti tuediein: de.ileir. ----- A IMagnolia I
You will have pride jn you own -- Masonic Temple @ Pensacola. Fla. t tr
flower gardens if they are on your Bluff, I
wn !rlund. Your husband can buya CANDY CATART1C.1k. I The is
home and he can do it now. although llapp p y lone e'i: LI ..
t,' he may think otherwise. iv TUESDAY, MAY 27, 1902. I EHHYRPYAL PILLS CURE YOURSELF !

home of herr \t furnished home. fur "tl
I want a ere sige
ery woman MarstonI Uric..1
Sad "
Trains at 9;:;0 a. m. and S.U; p. in. kN"-: A.....-. W "lii"-.r. dh.rA t.loe.' r.
own. and if *he will have a talk with I tj' Quina J L- CJlllllt.TtW.. t... <;LiTlI irrttatluaa 4t Ylr .,
s Thus. C. Watson & Co., the .. 6u. I j I can supply iouwith "-.".. J ". Iti.P., .."" ..... .. *** _.. l mSCOSS me
DnKlta TICKETS Transportation; 25 CENTSA 'M' 'tr Faloktrand51taaa
Estate all needed in the .. ...' ..... ...lrle..ll.r... _. ... iD6.. ci
leading Real Agent, they Genuine stamped C. C C. Never sod! !n bulk i way t ,J "T Ii.n..c..... .d. .,, ". 1..1.. : 6 otprp4onou.
t !L can show her how easy it i is to get Beware of the dealer who tries to sell of house furnishings at the number of hau Jeooie prizes willb. i, tr; .,' P:.Ji.....Imrpa.10.... Tr.fm.nl.1.a' 4.. n bold by DrotgUtS
V : or.ntta rrtit'R
Ilrrf.rl.do.,5Ot.- pl.ia
; oue.Si "jomethmj lowest awarded, a lit of which will bp -' 1- .. Mull. I .. .,.. r... tot
just as jood, prices cash \_ m. HUMa. "* (H.J If eipreM pr faid.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY, MAY 19,1902.

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-The Story of a Pioneer AN AMATEUR'S WORK !. FAT NERVES. \I I CANAL BILL BEFORE CUBA. I Is the name sometimes given to what : f

ContagiousBlood is generally known as the BAD DIS- '

I A whirl of Friends of Reciprocity Won't Try Tc EASE. It is not confined to dens of '
wid known II excitement
a are more ly I was II'
L-J
nn I the lower classes. The purest
",I |r"t1'ki..Ki ..thanTho..L.Ro 3rt [Copyright: 1902. by C. B. Lewis.] :i recently caused in the scien- Displace Measure. or and best people are> sometimes :
real estate: dealer Washington May 17.-Tbe friendsof
t1.f pMaeer I am not what would'call a cute PoisonIs .
(r 1 i- you ''tific world infected with this awful :
l.clt..d in the town in by the news that I 1 maladythrough
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:
: !.:.VI:" :! fcharp man, but I hare an analyticaland Cuban reciprocity have for the tlmapractu I
uTrer from dysami handling the clothing, '
i.7' H waa the of action 1'
i lexical mind. I do a bit of detec- : mystery nerve ally abandoned their effort to I '
., ue heard of J\odullJys-: drinking from the same vessels, I
tIve work now and thenfor 'my.own ; has been solved. ,I have the measure looking to that end
ii 1 Lilt'. i using the same toilet articles, or otherwise coming in contact with persons l'
amusement, and though the press has given the position of unfinished busi- who have contracted it.

spoken well of my efforts the regular 1! It is announced that healthynerves teas on the senate calendar to the. It begins usually with a little blister or sore, then swelling in the r

officers at them matter of 1 ilisnlateraent! of the Ni canal
sm-er as a are fat nerves-and ; but groins, a eruption Ten year ago I contracted a bad caM ,1
('Our: express
and ulcers
: the
that it is body sores appear ot Blood Pouon. I wa under treatment
ty hard knocks in my time, and I suppose the fat in the core of that the anal measure shall continue in the mouth, the throat becomes ota phYlician ant1lI found that he co .1 / :

they are justified in feeling cutup the nerve which is sensitiveand to hold the place of advantage with ulcerated, the hair, eye brows and do me ? good. Then. began taking t I Ilashes I I
l s.S. S. i commenced to improve at one
over It.1'Ittet'u : the understanding that the Cuban bill fall out the blood \.- .
by hardening and soften ; vmlDg'and in a very short time all evidence of
jars aco I pot my first shall have incidental attention while more contaminated, copper colored the disease disappeared. I took lil: : bot- ;

i chance to pit tnjself acaln the rejm- ing creates nerve action. the canal bill ia under consideration splotches and pustular eruptions and ties and today am sound and well ;'

hit dt-tetthes of the famous Scotland '! :a. M' wu' Morn.town, Tena. I
and when one Is prepared to speak sores appear upon different parts of f "
this I .
I Yard. Squire Farley, while traveling Maybe explains whyjScott'b the bones. I.
upon it. the body, and the poison even destroys I f:

0 : on horseback. Lad been murdered and : Emulsion has always I It is, therefore the understandingthat S. S. S. is a Specific for this loathsome disease. and cures it even in the S

I ITUOL I robbed of {:!.WU. A detective was at !! been such a remarkable remedy the canal bill shall hold the place worst forms. It is a perfect antidote for the powerful virus that pollutesthe ( j

onec summoned from Scotland Yard. I for originally aasignrd by the Republican blood and penetrates to all parts of the system. '

While I was on the pruuud before the [I nervousness.Scott's steering committee and that there Unless you get this poison out of your blood it will .

detective I c-Uhered: nothing but whathe Emulsion feeds will be effort to displace It. It is now ruin you and bring disgrace and disease upon

might have learred later on. The thin the intention of the opponents of the your children, for it can bt transmitted from parentto

squire had been protetHluij over soft nerves with the best of all fats Cuban bill to see that the canal bill u child. S. S. S. contains no mercury or potash,

rwl earth. There were the tracks I the pure cod-liver oil and thoroughly I debated, and the Irdua- but is guaranteed a strictly vegetable compound. )

where he had pulled up his horse when ... Write for our free home treatment book and learn all about ContagioniBlood
them tior.s are for an alliance fiji delay of
strengthens with the bet
accosted Then he had de>cvnded from : Poison. If you want medical :advice: give us a history of your case, .
the beet i-uar n't t; with thtOl'Po
the saddle and left tracks of his own. of nerve tonics, the hypophos-:: ; nents of the canal bill and our physicians will furnish all the information you with without an ;I.

Ills at-hiiil.tnt had worn the shoos of a ph i te. charge what ver. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. '.

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f..rm'r and hall come from a boat !
I TI,.. l"pr Family. I
I. J.OII. moored nt the bank of the stream. For all forms of nervousnessand The propnttor ot)a ( trlan 'DR. MOFFETT'$ ( Cures Cholera! -In1ant as,1;

Hit're was the dent in the bank made men:1/1 DiarrhoeaDysentery,ami I
neuralgia take Scott's erie kei ('a'I'I1 tt"th r a .
III write- I.}' the 1-o.it's: Btem. ni.d twigs and ps I the Bowel Troubles ot
: ti' ,o'Jitl. that Emulsion. -1 r, n volt' and: a Ia t.'i. vh.cli: I.e l.ibe's .
S leaves had been Mril'l'l'.1 oil'a bush as : $. 1 Children of Any Age.w .
t tStn1 "
S .. ia "The Uaipv r..i.i'v! \\'hl'lI j u.
.5 k .W. a..IIt'p- the painter was fa"h'll.d and untied fp.1 (Aids Digestion l egulatei
:I J"" :.c-uiitidt.ataliy; L a .iin. Tlie-c wasn't a Momto be fcr Tree S iI"
..5 >-d t" u-f Kndoli : mre. animals: Lad Ihtd toetLt.r. he an ; ... r.s It. the Child and Makes
i.k
found for fortj rods an und, there sCOTT & I0\V'N F: Costs 25 cents at I
i r. i,.1 :iierpc',:iimfcntld- > Chemi-,1-. 4 N Tear St.,N. Y. 'I sv.un.Hl: i ....., Only Druggists, TEETHING EASY.

::1! ,.'.:I-t. .\fttrllm do-e. i was a rout with a hard knot ct the "Ten months: but the lamb has to b< I _lJ! .. Or mail ii; crate to C. J. MOFFETT. M. D.. ST. LOUIS. MO.H.oiiiNCE8 .

S : : tu.all: tho-e terrible end Ijliic almost besuie the body. I I1mies. C., So.2r. l'I _-,.. nr.ta ImeJ Li our f-iralyjhye Illn in Churlrtton to use TKETHIXAirtl .
he renewed
alii.Slbl.t'dl" } ouathing. a'S wentto occasioualiy.l'l.iJaJcll'hia ..
,' .. ntivet.lc. Ie ant to wjrm ant f ccim IbetomK.
butaT .nirmfa-iua* II ir
: fd .Jt .y -nrewa <-ryjr.
i.- torments r\t Watch nr.jr. liu. ','al. cardrase and a
S : 'i'.U[ tie! Iarn and d.fccoMred: that the !I Uv ritn.w U'.fiim twflhinii tr&ui..ail it,elf. 'has U-ml>uniltob OTfry Iwn"rt".1 and,ufree from dangerS
\i i : ;i.tit. al-<) inv wife's, hunch of keys had been taken as wellas star. .... ,., ;.1 UI it'.,'ufdru.:. cd a. itains ,Tru|,..that we have n.to regard i4.. at:er tile with Ibree
Ior fiMMlcniild b9 enwc llun-lir! was coie, I was waiting to i, S 1"-0 JW' ,">(the ni*,'s!tttwhen tJ ore IA anew ...t'flu web 'tta 1 unti tbelet'hmg tr*'ub'rt! tire o..r.aid
I 5' i : the package of mon(')'. That was ,,H1 hiLJ when word was brought in Educate Your BoweUlth faacaret I ... uu p aju-i ID re. unit;. !lr..: itioi ar tn ..lrnl JUS: that M many 1..1.1.|.n...to keep tll.1I i
,._i: '-:. \\ere 21. I am ovcrdvinj/ it It was more like a farmers Candy Cathartic. cure constifV.on tj'eier. ,, abi u.;t!'. HA11TWLLLM. Aitli\fanaer Di-ij Tinioauil W""rk>y TlIlIei-n..ner.: )
: t'lut he had committed suicide bj' h.ing- I0c.25c.: It C.C C.fl.drugriscsrfuntmonv.POLiTICAL i iI I

-, \i: -.., .itrcd one day with work than a bold criminal's.; The ill;:. Vie f. und L.in: hanging in one of I (10you..l ,bto make n little extraluone ;I

-. I S ,11 f I clJmmpncpto bridle rtins on the horse had been Lro- 1 the stalls, and 1 confess to feeling a bit ';BOYS and GIRLS'!' ) duilni spurt moments? Kto.

I II'j; >-i.t t'urp. and I ken. I satisfied myself that he had :i I believe I should you can reailily do so, by sell I..
j for him. "
e-rry though I InS our Blueine." II) l>cr rent, commission on all sales An indispensable article fori I'' ,
S ;" ill: -if mv fellow Lt'l'u tied to a tree and when assailed Lave: given h.ia: up to Justice had he1 i hnu...hnli u.,,,, Krerv Imiy i- d..l1ghtl'h..n th-'v see it. Onx ebtet makes the flnen 11 "
I I Blur-natprvou ever Jjcd the ..-110.b Write toJ befor jour territory I taken brI !
l lor hunger and thirst had broken away i: in y. :. I'I
iin's! for tlie girl I could not l-e- "
I I I nume out eMf and .'P will enl by r-tarn mat. one ilozen paekajei of Blueine.
'I 1
I Nothing pointed to robber as the ruo- lit',e that she had IlC'l l'tll.lall or con- I I Wh..n you have sold: cbem. return u. "lf., retaining the balance lOr, a< juar couirni--" I I II
tire There wasn't one chance in a I >ton Jionot dd..". but write a; oicftLiKVN >'
I I vnJfd to the murder or had more thana ANNOUNCEIENTSFor ,. .. C IS Hoi Ol. 1'hiU. P
\tIllr *
- '"" .- i I.ttI'A'TIt'lLlNG: CO. liept.
:::_:_ :'::' :' :' ::' ::' ': :: I I I II
tliousaml that any one outside of his : siipcion of the hostkr, and 1 dill not ::-- !
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PUBUGITY FOR mother and sister know of the uoney. ': teel it my duty to open the case with ----- ---- -----,. TABLE.

According to my analysis it was a ,,1.1'. She ws: mate ill: anyhow, bj the State Senator. TIME I j',

ii THE PEOPLE chance meeting.; There had been tragedy at the lam and I stole quietly I I The friends of Hon. W. A. lllount

.) words, and the squire hail dismounted. away without !seeing; her. She rem hereby announce him as a Candidatefor I LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD. ;

I ii t-.ernord. Lost* You a Cent Then there had been a prapple, and he out Australia! a year or two latei State Henator from this the second IS EFFECT DECEMBER 1, 1)1 I

)/ had been struck down. The robbery of and got married and last year I had henatonal District, and re-pect- New Orleans and Mobile. :
is Head
: Herd
andF.\erj)
:
); fully a-k the of all Democrats
support --- --- -- -- ---
the corbie had leon an afterthought! news of IlI'r death. The Farley niur- 1--- I
1
!
j! tth>cr boJ for rnmat the 1I '
I
) > aid was done to disarm suspicion.Ntiittetn tier is still: carried on the records of coming primary. I No"I. .NO.4.l.rm. No J. I No s. i i No.1. I No.S.9.DO .
-:::-_-_ _-_ "-0" + 7:n a U.5 p Leaye Pfcsaco'a ......Arrive 5 00 a 4:'M, pMai& p7i5.p I
of the
times out twenty : Scotland Yard as an unsolved: mjstery I For Representative.The I 2:J7p ', l.i.' a Le."e..l-lom..ton. :. LraveLeave I 2::tj a 5:3); p I t
MNIT( I..l'N). I mm who Is not killed: for under Is and my story will: not alter their pages; ll:'' ) a 4.'pS: .:;55 a ... Mobile Leave U.Sin't:: K: :IS n 6:00 p .,
. .. friends of Scott M. Loftin take ... .... I ::.ap; I'\: : a L.av..ewIrleaneLefte\ __ >iIMI p r:5 II .. ..._ ,
thirsted for
- ----- ; killed for revenue.Vho : but things; occurred Just as I have told thi,* means of announcing him a* a -

5' I' 'NI.T. !..'.\N-IIQ household furnii remisje on :b'juire::; Fancy? He might jou. and I know that you will beLeve candidate for Representative in the North. t 11"j
I
; : 1.- 'i .:-H,. .''iW, ..'Id tU &.1:.<1. M! p-r- -
."! proiTtlernii >.*.r -tnct..tr" I jiossibly have A\rouied some farmer that I had the right ends of the threads. 1 LesNlature: from Ecambia county, I
I '
r III..d. \ A. A. t tsbtr! and deire the all o.2. No 4i.I So. I N'o. t.Dinam. li'i
v \ ltu pply to : th.-renlxjut but it takes a great wrong ; ..L. M.QUADTboiie they !support of I
i 'uutii I'ala*,n JtHHtM'NEYToLhNUon I lIIJ.pm: 1P m LeaveArrive .., 1.i'n..acola..Arrl"e! ';')(] pm :-
I to rail up thoughts of murder. It was Democrats in the coming primary.for K.15a m K.'iT p m .. lontlomtry1..avt' Ill am I 9.% pm :
.. thnt there VTho Fought and Han Away. H.W am V,1"i:, p turrvt' .. Birmingham ..Leave 8.:.Ham ':05 p m I It I t
1 improved r"al | more than likely was a girlin During the Spanish-American war, at Representative. I 7u5p' m S.ln m Arrive .....>a.hville ,....Leave I .... ..... ..... _. "
.r il amount at low ;, the case, even though his moral reputation I 2.:flam "1:1\: a m j Arrive .... Louisville .....Leave i 9.15pmB.iMpm !:4.i am. I
.internal lawi>Cn'lon i',8.! halufoi Lt"liw Ht.E.: .Hrllo"t JiberSmliu\[*. !ot.od high. I began work on the recruiting station in St. Louis, the i The friends of Henry C. Clopton 7::!) am ll.am I Arrive ... .Cincinnati......Leave ll:15pmHS5pm !
i following, as related in the Galveston announce him ail a candidate for T:205m: l.*> p m Arrv..it.Loui..Leave :1ipm:
------ -- .
: after had .
this hypothesis the detective I '
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; Xews. took .nlace between a rtcruitinz: representative in the Legislature i I
fulled: and returned to I/jiulon. The | PENSACOLA AND RIVER JUNCTION.
'I F-lAY-boyou n. fd rnonyJ| officer and an applicant who was of from Escarnbii county, and request

7 tit>. borrow,NI tnniii any and amount lowest you want rate) ': Mjuire bad not gone courting; at any Irish nationality: the support of all democrats in the I So. 21-D311y :>0. 3-UaIYI, So stop where time not !bown No. 5-Daly ''No. _!-Dall7i (
_
I
I ii':iabl..,on mprovf.1 city real farmhouse, and t\) I looked for the girlin 1:. O. How old ? coining democratic primary. -i r-5-----: ; -
are you : ji1ol a m 'Leave .... P"nlacolaArrln IOSi 1 pm I\J } pm !
S \ m. hslier.4 i Houlb Pala- one of the dozen country iuns. I I. R.-Don't know, but 01 must be ------ -- 2la nlllbt: 1'\: .. .. ,...., Johp.mla ......... 111:51': 8tI It I I
In-tt had visited eight: of them when I For Representative. 12::) 7:10\ ... Ynl..stra ......... '' 10:3. 8:0t It I
I auld enough. 12::!:! h Tl4 ....._.L 3csmb1a. ..... 10I"J: It 6:5 S Sl2:5 I
TO UQKKO MONtY found her I discovered her throughher It. 0.-liave ever been in the The friend of J. T. Fillin im, of : j:5": ." -... ..- MaiM .....-.... 10::::' GtIi' ,
.l''r Injure your property pro- agitation when I carelessly calledup you Bluff !bprinzs announce him a* a 12:5W j:1"::: .. ... ..... Harp ..... ..... 10:21 It 11:10) : S I
.a;.' S<. ,f title, buy or sell real ..*- army? candidate for the leiri-lature.: subject 1:1)0):: 7sa .. .m. ...G,1l City ......... 10:15" 6: 7" 11
:4: : '" -ty of any description, have the subject of the murder and won- : 1. R.-Yia. sor. 1J:5$ .. .I..."., II II ...... .... Milton ,... -.._ 1'\10" 5to .. ; I
i or your tax attended to. d.red that no arrests had been made. I to the democratic primaries of 1:$1 a m .._.. .. .. ...... Good Range "._ ._.. II I ,::\6" .1
0. a l mrc..! Thoi C. Watson & Co. It. O.-Have you ever been In any bat July 15, and ask for him the sup. 1j; ) ,. !S.t.S ,. .._ ..._ Holtl .... ...... .' 9:3.5: I. ':::1.1" ,:: I
," at. a: a Iniarance agents Fensa- I had no proofs that a Jury would accept ties? port of all democrats.For 2: ') 5:5: I ,. I. .._...... 11I111t"n ....._ Sail) It 1:11" I
;) r II.. < :.*rif. moderate To everyone i, but was morally certain of my' !::tJ I, "I :'*4 ,. ........ Crestview ...._.. i:1S" 4110 ,1 ,. S ,I
'f! s a ot from us we 'inU lend money 1. R.-oi Lave. 3: _I It 11\ .....r ser Land ...._ !I:50 SI4" S
w :11 build a hOu,,,. 3d-tf game.: She didn't do it. but she knewor : R. O.-What ones? Representative. I. 3:23" 11:1) ...... tOty Head ...... 8: 1" 3:11 II I"
suspicion who did. Was it her father J all them. The friends of Chas. :\1. Coston an- 4:03: It II:'!. ..Demnniakepringi.. II 8:1'1 It %:4-1" I I'
I. R. Oi've been in
or 4I' IIU" ...... ....._ II
nounce him candidate for Argyle ju %;'11" 1'1
'or lli-iit. her brother her beau? The as a '1
or li. O.-\\ ere you in tbe battle of Bull rep- ':"1' 5t: .. .Pone iie Leon..... j::!' II %:111 It r .l
'. JO.J father was an old man, the brotherwas .... .. re=entative in the legi-lature from 11:1)) toJlj! I 54 _. .. "WeUTllI!! ....._ It 1:1 1:5.1" I .
( ) K I W. nl.I" tarnnued rooms nt Run? ,. ,". -_ ,....,.. cambia county :and they a-k the 11.10\ I ),n' ...., 'lIry""le,........ 7:12 1:611 f ,
.: :pniis ; itrtt alltf absent at the time, and so I went I I.IL-Oiwas. !Jj ',fv upport of all democrats m the II lid lii: 1' ........... .I.onlfa.....m.. ea.s .. I 1.?.' ,. I I
I corn ,. ..
--- hunting for a beau. I found him in III. O.-Dld ? *:.* 1\:'.) lt' .o--- Ihipley. ..... 8r. 1:'14ol" ..
you run in? primary.For C:3.: 11: 17 ... ..Cottondal ....._ 8:1. ..
'I'U. -\.1 1 \. 12:8I noon :
.1: .I:. ;. TlU. I the hostler employed at the same hotel. I. U.-You bet 01 did. and them poor 1:1)') lI:2i ,. ...Iarlalna _....... 81.; 1:1:1' "

\'lTIIII"n to Irara barbir trad, I I'p to the date of the murder the two' dlrlls that didn't run are there yet County Treasurer.I jIo: ".. 11:1. .". .Cypre. ... .. It 5:34: It 1l:..'} amj J
.' ....._ ._ It .' "
;' announce mv-elf a candidate for : ,11:5 Uranrt Rldge. II:!! 11:1"
5' 5. 'i .rdlan.nnl rliht we..k4 had pone much together and there had ,.
: > ? renomination for the 7a's "' 1:1t noon "'neads .. ,..... 5:21" ltIilI" S
t., .I."J, .. > prii'tiee, expert instruc- i bet'H talk of a mtrriage. Now the girl po-ition of Wl5 I 121) -\rrlv".RverJoncUou ...LI'I" Iil'' ludUGOLAY@ "
'
r. tnol.pr..nt..I.wa.-Iatur- county trea-urer of E-cambu county
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> i :.ma- ,;rantt-d. poMMoru sunraTHtalui shunned tho young man who had beiviiiu TrUVELINU IS DANGEROUS. -ubject the I. --- -- ;-
to action of the demo
< Nt w t)if ri lIIal..d'mn. La Tree. Moler mvfU.NTKH K rbr ,:' sullen: and reserved and changedover. Constant motion jar. the kidneys cratic pritnarv. I t()= Buy a new garden hose
which in in the
kept
The murder had taken place on are place body J. W. FnA TER.
.' .. the 1.0'tll'r'rthJa and that by delicate attachments Thi* is from the Willis Hardware
.nt.'nnlt.I. : : ), on day. i Grist and Corn I :
-n-. --- --- ---- the rea=on that travelers, trainmen. For Tax Assessor. Meal Mills
as I leanu-d he had been gIven a day ,
,
--.\ >oii tulic.tor will teamsters and all Company.
(; ; IIT i i street car men,
limn to rijut ont- .\di "I 1T and !borrowed a boat and gone fish I hereby announce my=elf a; a I S
: who dm much suffer
very from H. F. GOflZRLEZ! 4 CO.
.. Prop i I ,
tbi-
i i 11 care offictmilf candidate re-election Tax As- ,
tin as
: on the stream. From his boat on kidney di pain some form. Fo- --S---------- t.

\\. llllt'.I.! ; the river i.ear the willows! : ho could ley's Kidney Cure strengthens the ses-or for E-carabia county, subject Manufastrreri
.. .. .;. .. i to the action of the democratic primary \
-- ---- ------ have seen Squire Farley come riding kidneys and cures all forms of kid 13. I CHOICE MEAL P PURE GROUND CHOICEST .. .. I i.
July
\l A>TKl>-Koy. at No. :) W.t IntenOTKD acro-s the fields. It wasn't that he'', ney and bladder dl.ea!'e. fieo. H. STOCK FEED.
% % dencitret. Apply at ncp. Inm.'t W. W. RiLHAKri' I !,
ftared the Ij'lure'ouh! } marry the Hausan, locomotive engineer Lima. i -oFf _
PatronIze Home Indn try for there li
out of hn hands. 0., write, 'Constant vibration ef For Tax Collector. I
Work I girl She had been every reason you should bay yoar Meal and
\"\ "teral snikll-- bildren hvdcrvtng1aJyItb tOMippnrt M&w. u routed, and it had come to his knowl- the engine caused me a great deal I hereby announce myself as a I I Block feed from the Home Manufacturer
,>mg anything. MrVilon. -1-"' ,''of trouble with my kidneys and I candidate for re-election as Tax Collector -. (or bYlo doing you encoaraze home Inini-: f FRUITS ANUCONFECTIONERY ij [ !
,tardun street al'>tf i l'I.e.ihe: may hive felt great bitter- pot no relief until I used Foley's for and\oarmoneyUleftinthe community
Escambia yon in tutu are indirectly benented.
I nt' but he wanted direst county. subjectto
ss revenge. : Cure. \\ A. D'Alemberte. j
Kidney
-- -- -- --- the action of the democratic In fostering the home manufacturer you
\\ \ST.U-\11 kinds o' empty beer i What had become of the plunder! 121: S. Palafox street.A.TTtTA.. : 15. primary contribute to the caine of labor. loa OWE -AT- i
July
bottle.. H. A. KBItOMA1. nOTStt tttothecommaatty In which you lire and
about the --- ---
Being employed the
I barn A. H. D'ALEMBERTE. whloh contributes to your npport.I C. :

\\ '. : I 0-BrUbt youth want* poslm j hostler would naturally prefer it for : ---'-- -. - n___ I, .. .. APOSTLE'S, \j'

tenoiraph anti oltici. a-- I a hiding place. I put up at the inn for a''I' Bean t" Yi J Hais A51y3 BcigiiI : For County Commissioner.The .

,. "lp..rl..nc"lln l."pid wrLt.r.VsH basin.ddn'acquainted In,. :, week while studying out the case, and Sttutut ;;;1l' friends of J. W. Brewton of Pocket cutlery and scis 14 East Gorenieit St., :

\ \.nty. aH11f one day I sent him to the village on an district No. 5 announce him as a sors from the finest to the

errand.VLien he had departed, I candidate for re-election from said Formerly Cordova Restaurant Stand( i :
\\ \ .It-- TCI buy a residence for home
:e or apply at >o. li South Pala- lounged into the barn dodged the boy I The Economical )fDI I district, subject to the action of the I cheapest, at the Willis One car-load of Pineapples at 11.75

'I :mlw left behind and began a search. At The mule is ready to begin work twoor primaries July 15. Hardware Co. to $2.00 per dozen. .I S .:

the end of an hour, concealed in an old three years earlier! than the horse. .'

roil - and decrepit fanning mill I found the lIe ran be put to pretty heavy pulling

i J.' v. -r. o-tory brick store and proceeds of the robbery nothing whatever t I i when he Is three years old, and from

-i 'I i .i..well. streets located. For lot rornvrof and missing. I carried the stuff to my that time until he is forty. If he has
price
: II> apply on prenmwi, chamber and locked it in my trunk. I fair treatment and does not meet withan F. E.law's OneicoCash
House
.. _. 1'va-lm--S I had found the murderer, but what accident, he Is not I'.ke'y! to lose any

: \ ""Xl'11.- -\' : "4.rable piece ot proper- should I do with him? That question time. He Is not subject to the many

; :h..1 '..' .-",".aid\ terni4: su-rojm>nr furt hou-ie er In-on would be settled after a talk with him aliments to which the borse is a victim

"1 nil,. a!.' .v at NKVH: offce or to P. i and the girl. The hostler returned Just at I least not to any great degree.
'
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W-.tl'II\'o: street. JlTlf i at supper time and reported, and I told 1! lIe lives about twice as long, and his CUT PRICES TWO!

Fl'.t: : iJ8 mOlt di'llrable lot In him I wanted a few words with him 1! actual period of usefulness is nearly I '

R"..'L"' .tlt&:'y" A,Ill "acy*'*, terms:lt. Mouth by tbl'Palafox Fisher after I.Lad finished m1.meal. lie prob. three times as long. fur the horse is :I _ _ _ _ _" i . r
%
?- 1: not fit for heavy service until he lOuOvards Dress Swisses worth
1 l almF ------ really 6c 20 dozen Ladles' Lisle Thread I 50
, five old after he is : yard, 10 yards for 30 cents. 1 pieces Medicated 21-inch Cotton
twenty. \estsworth3.5cents
-- A LESSON IN HEALTH. |lis years or yours for 2iJ\
; Diaper, 10 in
yard3
) a
l'Vl'HY. piece worth 1'1
4 i
_ I
while mule will often do good service cents.
i S E I "IH B1)w" -LEGHOKN8 Healthy kidneys filter the impuri- a I' 1000 yards Dress Dimitys, worth 85c, for this sale, 60c. ;1 I
: and have been '
t I '1". stock and Egg for sale. ties from the blood. and unless they i for forty years they 72c, 10 ;yards for 45 cents.: : 1000 Boy'a and Men's collars .. 1
.
t '11\ :, _'"milln Hardware: '.. 19ft( : do this good health is Impossible.Foley's I known to work fifty, according to one I broken sizes, to close out at 3 each. Seamless 100 dozen Ladies' Fast Black. Full '

Kidney Cure makes sound i writer, without being turned out at 2000 yards bleached yard wide D 0. Hose, regular lOc goods, !'

j II.tiit. };Of'oi.! ,I kidneys and will positively cure all any time during all that long period. I mestic, 10 yards for 45 cents.: 200 Ladies' Madras and White 2.5c for this sale, 6vc. a pair 4 pair for t Ii'
-I\R.\H !
r .
\ItM BEIR
: d"al*' In Hair Goods E-Mannfactarer, Hats. Toilet forms of kidney and bladder disease. Like the sea, the mule will live upon i 2000yards unbleached Sea Islandyard Waists, worth 75c and $1, to close at !II

;iYn;s..e: H-rO'l.eto$2 W. Government 1 It strengthen* the whole avstem. I next to nothing. and during all his forty : wide Domestic, 10 yards for 45 45c. 100 dozen Men's Seamless Half I
\V. A. D'Aleciberte, 121 S. Pdlafox 1 I Hose, in brown red and
black
years of hard service a mule will cents. W Lace for !
-- I pairs Curtains
218 yards 5c a
street. pair.
1'ln"'t-r, KorB. 1"unt-ruh.- not require-and generally does not get I! long regular 75c goods, to close at I. ,

J.1! WERM-FOR \jERALM nll1d i Know One Sure .ml'dy -half the feed necessary to sustain a I' 2000 yards Embroideries, regular iOC.. 25: dozen Men's French Dropped-

w:.".Tpu-TlI> bOQQnets or special ta designsSrn i f.raa obatxite: coiL I j nuie LJ Pyn-Iij.ai horse during his much shorter period !, price 7}i to S>jC, 10 yards for 45 cents. 25 dozen Stitched Under Shirts, worth 40c, to I':'
'11ett* Large Turkish Bath Towclose
"O'600'101 Welt Gregory at 25c each. Drawers
S__ _*_It'i. .'9dlm I Do want of usefulness l 1000 yards Dress Pique and Ducks; els, worth f 2, will close at $1.2o. to match. ,
--.. .- i you a magnificent watch worth ii) and 12}' c, ii) yards for 85 30 dozen Men's Fancy IStrfped F
( 'L'T -l-'L\\'EH I, for little money? If so, call on 29 dozen 2tx g.inch Bleached
cents. Lace
Under
Tar is Shirts
and 45c .
each.
| Foley's Honey peeI Draw- ,
-
the jeweler. He will ( Towels
Stephens
for
accommodate this
eale at 50c
dozen.
r asthma bron. ers to match.
( FLOwERs ; culiarly adapted for !
aad Moral S
!'p. '* tesljnt- you.PB.OFEZSIOXAL. I' 1000 yards Dress Cross Bar, worth .
.ll-elgn ordered for 'chilis and hoarseness. |W. A. 35 dozen 28x42-incb
M' customers. Towels
.:" OIHt' Moreno S! Ci 10 yards for 50 cents. reg2:: dozen Ladles' Black and ColoredS
82J
Welt
Gregory. D'Alemberte 121 S. Palafox !street. ular lOc
: I'-", flttlm I goods, for this sale, Sue Silk Taffetta Waists! regular price

CARDS. i 25 dozen Ladies' Bleached Vests, dozen. $3.50, to close at $2 20 each.

Summer Law School. -- I DONJT TOBACCO and S MOle SPIT e i' with cents.tape in neck, 5 vests for 25 50) yards White Batiste Lawn, This sale will positively not rua

UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA. W. C. ROWE, M. D. YourUfeawaylTou : regular 12}2 quality 10 yards for Soc. for longer than one week.

nmoantatns :Summer. JUly can be cured of any form of tobacco using
9 P nberl. l.2. By the Law acuity. Office: 17.Si S. Palafox.Hoaretromto5.l3a.m.and I I uSII,.. be made well. strong, mienrtie, full ol _' t
",. .robKlnner : to candidates for the new life tad vigor by taking lIO-rO-BAD. F. E. BEAWNEE'S
,," ar1; practitioners, who have lackedfpMi' : 1 to 3 p. m I that makes weak men strong. Many gain : ONE-PRICE CASH HOUSE
_' : instruction For catalogue ad-: and after 7 o'clock. tea pounds ta ten days Over 8OOtOOO I I'I
cured. All druggist! Care guaranteed Booklet ,
Il 1nOR, OIulottllfWI I li.on.o 65. I and advice FREE. Address STERLING'I 103
eretry1 !, Ti. SOUTH PAUFOX7" STREET
JJUUWY
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THE: "DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY MAY ,%a, 1902

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, I' "UL..: I'GOOD GOVERNMENT 'LAMAR AND ''OLDflGEflflDSPIlIIlG, : I "Stron!estiutlle'lvorld"1 '


1< Politics andPoliticians. i
-' : IN ESGAMBIA;
The 43J: Annual
! I Statement for
Eltered at the Poet Office at Pensacola, JLAHDRUM Year
't{ 1la..second-claeematter. 1 A : I I PAINE'S CELERY I Ending December 3Ut. lOOt of

OFFICE :-Fltfi Building 2UM' South : CALL ISSUED FOR A MASS
,alafox itreet up-itairt. I COMPOUND
I THE CENERAL SURPRISED AT ,I 'l THE f [EQUITABLE ij

THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO.I b h i ibr MEETING TONICHT. I

1 THE JUDGE'S SUDDEN !! IflTigorates aii StreiztlHS l Ttose
1i" :Si I
I. B. HILtiON: Managing Editor

W. M. BALL, Business! Manager. J i To-night, at Clutter's hall, there CHANCE I II I AdTanced in Years, un ASSURINGE I ( SOCIETY,

will be tale tell. Pursuant -. The following has been issued to I II
Terms: Invariably in Advance. a different to !j' I Assets .... .... .. . tt'Mjlt-: ....
the democrats of Escambia county for I
Oat Year by Mail ? _15 OU I to call isued by numerous Reserve and other Liabil

BlS Month .. .. .. ..... :" 50 democrats a meeting: will be held! to !i ilorganiie a meeting at Clutter's hall tonight: I j" Tallahassee! Fla.. May 16, 1902. If You Feel Old, the Great Medicine ities.. ... .. . . .259.f. .-.
One Wtoek..by Carrier Payable Monday 10 Editor Pensacola Journal:: _
I club for the coming campaign I Call to Democrats. j I read with some surprise the remarks Will Gi\ti You the Surplus (from which Dividends ::

idrertisirg Rates furnished on Application whose battle cry shall be, We the undersigned democrats or: attributed to Mr. James R. I Vigor and} Health are paid. .. ... "!.2.1. : _H 4
I landrum in The Journal of Thursday. = = ,
TELEPHONE NO. 11*. "Good Government in Escamtia Escambia county, Florida, request all "charging Governor Jennings/s administration of Youth. Paid to Policy-holders in 1

County!1" democrats who desire j democrats interested in the insuring with being corrupt. He quotes 1901. .. .....: ; ; .. 1.

I jto lend their support to this! movement I of good government in Escambia I another as saying so (name not given) I I Every one in springtime should New Insurance in 1901..$ 215s.j v

ION BE county, to meet at Clutter's Hall In'', and impliedly endorses the charge.: give attention to the purifying of the Total Insurance in force i
are invited to attend. Those; ''Pensacola He couples my name with the adminis. i Dec. 31, 1901... ..... 1I
Florida OL> the 19th day 'I blood, the bracing of the nerves, andII $1.179,276-2-:
I who the call not assumIng I tratlon and by implication charges me i
signed are ,I of May. 1902, at tiefct o clock p. m. I with corruptness. It is due to the .II the regulating of the digestive appa- Notwithstanding the greater fli l.,-. .

PESSAOOLA MAY ) 9, 1902. to dictate to anyone. All great i! C. M. Jones. ". O'ben.! public due to Mr. Landrum himself, ., ratus. I. cial etrengtb of the Society and : ..

M M M HM MMMI nMHMMM MM 1[ movements must have a beginning, J. M. Maldon. 5i i. A. Dubuisson. I that he name the act of corruption f This is the special time when old I greater holders security which its p, :In'.
L. Hilton Green. C. W. Pfeiffer. charged: either towards the administra- '" thereby enjoy the RATES
THE "full lock-bux In the safety j i I and this call is only the beginning of Frank Reilly. W. B. Wright. tine or to me. Otherwise the charge !I people need a tonic and strength I are LOW and GUARANTEES be.;:
deposit vault" will probably be substituted I j| giver- that will ter than given by ether ..
i| the Good Government Club. All Mansfield Moreno. M. E. Clark.T. recoils upon him. Mr. Landrum belongs something restore compm
for the "full dinner pail," E. Welles. N. Colegero.B. to a good family which has ever them to that condition of health
as a republican battle-cry in the j democrat? are invited to attend this Forbes H. T. Bierne. maintained itself well. Many ties of that conduces to make old age happy -

coming campaign.AMATECK meeting. If they wish to join the 'john B. Jones. Harry Blumer.I personal friendship bind me to some '[i cheerful, and bright. KXOWLES BKOS..
W. Rtilly. A. A. Credille. members of that family. I was truly ]t Old people should carry home with
"scientists" got in their club they can do so. If not, they i Thos. H. Johnson. P. Maddox. sorry for any embarrassment that hap. 'them today-not by-and-by bot General .\Rents,
can their in All who ''J. N.:Andrews. w' B. Jordan. pened to Mr. James! R. Landrum. Ijso tie of Paine's! Celery Compound. It
work with deadly effect ia advisingthe go way peace. 1 J. Geo. White. F. C. Horton. I Ii said to him and offered my goodwill will certainly banish the rheumatism 309 S.1: Palafox St.. PENSA- t

unfortunate citizens of St. I wish to keep posted on "what's doing i Geo. T. Morgan. J Harris Pierpont, In any way that I could consistently and neuralgia that help to make i

Pierre that they were in no danger ," will be there, and they'll find Carl Moiler. Altert Riera. I Ii help him. He wrote to me a letter life a misery ; it will drive out of the
from an eruption of Mont Pelee. i iDr.W.E.i Anderson.w. R. Meriwether. dated March 5th, last setting out system all impurities: and make the
-. --- --- j that if they wish to be in the push ]I O. M. Pryor. B. E. Clutter. I his defense against the charges against!. life stream How fresh and pure ; i it Your Money

THOSE who essay posing a" tru t; they had better get in on the ground D. W. McMillan.V.. H' Trainer. tim and asking me to request Governor will banish weakness and all lan
have taken alarm at the I\V. C. O'Neal. J. P. Goodman. I Jennings to extend the fifteen days guid feelings, and impart the vior I
promoters floor. B R. Pitt. Jno. Pfeiffer. time given him to answer or to pay and activity that mark youthful Back
recent movements against unlawful !Frank L. Mayfs. J. B. Roberts. to thirty days. ness. It is the only medicine that #

i combinations: and are going slow. i I I once saw a green young amateur ,, J. Emmft Wolfe. M. B.: Frank.i He closed his )letter saying "I believe will fully meet the needs and expectations I,

! The great hardware trust which wa sgu I into the gymnasium and try a''i!I P. 11e'":e. A. G" Moreno. you will see the justness of my plea I of all in declining year I I WITIIOIT .\
, 'W. J... Mover. A. E. Schmitz. sand Mrs. F..
when I consider Mary Burgess, an estimable
1''' kindness
few your tome i I
in of formation a day \voii ii'
round with the What
process
punching bag. : W. S. Keystr. H. T. D: in Tallahassee I am not reluctant!!' and hizhly respected residentof
ago has gone to pieces, and some of it did to him was a plenty. Finally I I John G.Welch.. Anthony Riera. Jin tlaimiiiK your good offices in the Clements, Cal., finds Paine's Celery

the largest concerns that were booked j j it knocked him out and as he rolled G. 1.. Lappineton, C. F. Nash. '[" premises. Thanking you for what I Compound her stay and helpl'rill BUFFALOBaking
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: to enter have withdrawn. I II Henry llelIin>;er. Jim Burns. !Lyon may do for m? and hoping to hrari!!I! advancing years: ; sne writes :I 9!
loll I I the platform, with flushed face P. Lirulenstnith.' A. C .Ellis. from yon as early as possible I am follows I

THE executive committee of Jackson I and battered noe, he paid "Now I Frank Mariner.. (-0. W. Turton. "Sincerely yours. "I am 72 years old, and iu the pan' Powder
I C. L. Mann. C. Corner. "JAMES R. LANDRUM. have not been well; I had spells of
call for Juneprimary.
in its the ]
county havn't I made a mess of it !" i I Jas. M. Johnson, V,". G. Pailey. weakness and headache. A friendof
quietly and sensibly solves |,, I Harry Kahn. J. E. Spoon. I requested! the governor to extend mine told me to try Paiue'o Celery Does not Give Perte, :

the vexed question of primary regitrationby *- j! Again, one night not long ago, I J. T. Whitinc. N Apostle. the time to him if possible. Governor I Compound ; I got a bottle and it Satisfactiotl

providing Under the J,I saw a bunch of amateurs: gather at .fames|! Much.; J. A. Hendrix. Jennings wired him as follows: I helped me very much. It gave me I
rules of the state committee 'Steve Allpn. J. H. Berry. "Tallahassee.\! Fla. :March C. ]!IIJ2. ; a good appetite and made me strong i
oppor- (Clutter's hall under the euphonious ,:'Thus. Pbiev.: M. L. Herrington. "lion. James R. Landrum Pensacoh. and happy. I think there is noth
, tunlty will be given for registration i,I .!??. u'Britn. A. G. Clopton. Fla. ing like it. My husband has taken
I I to those who are not registered in i| name of the M.-M. Club to try their I,iJffT ?:::onsv.-ood.! J... QuJgley. "Your application for extension of it, and it strengthened him. Now

each precinct on the: li'ili, lath and I i'hand at the Lamar punching bag I iNn U Ufrs. Marvin Stearns. thirty days' time for settlement on !j I when we do not feel well we get a I
ShOUI-1 1. Jacoby. D. W. Jones.F. I! bottle of Paine's Celery
behalf Compound
of yourself and other officers
14th of June ljIj! They hit square out from the : J
E. lirawn'r. and doctor3'"bill5.
Chas. Riera. received and presented by General it saves us
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der and: thought they had knocked !, J. A. Kirkpatrick. A. Nobles. Lamar not granted. I
Nrcf>I..lly of State AI<1 to Immigration. Any showing1
y it out, but it come back with such j JR.Chas.H. Whitf-head.Johnson. Arthur A. Brown. that items charged were not paid yo+DIAI01D;[ DrEg color tlfmpledurablrecoaomca: anything any color lI 1
[ Jos. LeBaron. will 1m rnnsMprfil. nrinr tn fifteenth, ... I II Iin&tant. .
THE NEWS has noted with approval I force that they were staggered j'| S. Pasro Jr. J, C. AVhitine. I i -- '\\"." S.'--Jennings.Copy .q. """' d .. _1>> A
the movement of Commissioner I John Thompson.! J. C. Van Pelt. ( ) "Governor." I CONCERT AND DANCE AT ,::J.eif- '-- 1
Then they thouht; they would trymore i i !S. Z, Gonzalez, Jr. Thos. F. N'pe.
MAGNOLIA BLUFF
of Agriculture Me Liu for the i This is comment enough on my part THURSDAY
A. Crodillp.W. !
encouragement of immigration to i modern pugilistic methods and | K. Robinson. W.Arthur R. Fell.McConnell. for all fair minded persons. I NKiHT. TRAINS AT 8, b :HO I Guaranteed Absolutely PureIt

ldo I some speaking. They did it- I! .T. lIu hps. Xo act or thought on my part before AND LAST TRAIN RETURNSAT
Florida by means of a state pamphletto ]I. W. Simmons. I 11:50. TICKETS
25 .
: CENTS.AT
since :
'' or the above letter or telegram
contain descriptive matter of each now they wish they hadn't All the 'Joe Jacoby. G. E. Lewis. has been adverse DEPOT. makes delicious biscuit-i L u
hostile
Henry Hyer. ..J'L Roppr. or to fits, etc.
county furnished by the county commissioner members, the speaker excepted, are ''A r. Berry. TtfI1. Miner. I Mr. Landrum. I am at a loss to ac I You can prove this bv &. .
The of : count for the venom he shows If are thinking of
:; urgent necessity T..1.11cSn'pn. C. D. Hays. towards you moving BUFFALO a trial.
\ now saying, "Didn't he make
a mss*
such a project cannot be too strongly \ (C R. Gonzalez. .\. Weller.. me in his sllee h. Hallmark call I .
Harry OSCAR E.
ee or phone MAURA
:lofit1! And he did : Win. Smith. Martin Johnson. Very, truly yours, I
impressed upon the minds: of all pa !tabs AKrutv
,
triotic Floridians. ioh'tu1f.:: J. Geo. White, Jr. L.1.: Davis. W. B. LAMAR.WON'T 251 and let him quote you prices. He i iI :
I John Beard When he O. H. Smith. II. M. linshnpll.!
Florida's cunstitutiou lacks positive has C Apostle. J. E. Williams. I i has the bet ring: floats in the city. ,,
anything to he it in
I say ays : FOLLOW I ,
provision for the encouragement I L. r. Bamn. Ed. Ditmars. AIIV1CK AITKlt '
I forceful English and he L. I PAYING: __MMM Mv _* v_ M_ *v_ w. I
of immigration, the only refer- means .; A. IMtinger.F W1.. Ball. KOK IT. 2

ence to it being the provision that what he say*. Some fellow over in 1v. M.Thisppn.H. IIollifiM.l.. A S..J. Pinney. In a recent article a prominent i I j i i ORANGEINT
A. H. Payne. physician "It .
the commissioner of agriculture I Kanta Rosa circulated says i; next to Impo- I I fir. 5
a report that ,11'.1., Butler. J. L. Beirnp. Bible for the physician to his
hall keep the bureau of iinuiigra- J of''Ill..TendavinP. linn McLellan.P. get patients I:!
Heard to
was fighting in the interest carry out any prescribedcourse ; Is New DrinkAT
tion." The legislature has, from I| ,i,11'm. SharkJpfonl.] Tonart. : of hygiene i or diet to the a ,
'Lamar. H ard's answer was puLI ;,Frank Pate. M. Riera.
time to Units supplied the deficiency i I cmallect extent ; he has but one re. 1
lished in the Milton Index follows 1 Carroll Gcorpe.1C. A. Johnson.John iiort left namely, the -
by enacting la ws ucre. tillg"'a bureau i I as !! ( J. Burkp. Crook. drug treat-
meut. When
of immigration, but only to repeal : 'Any statement that there is J..1. Anderson. Williams.. ;' for chronic constipation medicines the are most med I ...ANDERSON'S... I Ii

the sane at will according to the i an agreement, understanding or G. \\'. TloniCa}. .\. Portias..lop I mild and gentle obtainable, such as i i I

caprice tlf its im 'tmbers. This was' ;;combination between Mr. Lunar :,0.( ..F.A Shaiit.. Crook. .P. G dlarnl FPbro.1v. ., alI. I Tablets Jli.unberlain's;should be Stomach and Liver ;. __"::. :' .._ ; __.0 _.0. >..dl ? -
done in 1MU! since which time there j I H. 11. Rofho. I. employed. Their JI : -
S.
F.
I and myself having in view the defeatof Rogart.; use is not followed by constipation
has been no orliclal recognition ofthe i F. Maura.F. F C. Brent. the leave the bowels i ias I 'LATEST
in
a natural ->
existence of a 'bureau of immi Mr. flyers and the nomination of Jpmlpvlne.J. D: .:\( 'Reynolds. and healthy condition. For sale ': -CREATIONS"I i \

gration" for the commissioner to ] Mr. Lamar, is a willful and deliber- .7.no f'.. "Porter.". Towpnl. .1 JuliusI. l:. Taylor.<-nko. I by ers.all druggists i and medicine deal- j i IF YOT HAVE TO nNATi HI

"keep" and no legi-lative provision i'ate' lie. 1 am a candidate for the ,I IF.it.11'irrhuffr'r. W. H. Kill.e.Las. I I II fligh-Grade Stationery, !

made for the important purposeincreasing of I nomination and am supporting my-1'I,I Neville. J..1. Adkinson. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. .ot& OFFICE SUPPLIES, .eC. I A Quick Lunch,
the population of the i K'inaMo Allmon. E. T. \\'ilhams..J P :
self, and feel confident of I I. I! WHY NOT DO IT HEM
Miccess. B. Danehtery.H"nry Alp DanipK.WL. PeuBacola Newspapers asp PeriGflicsls
state. I : Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.- ?> :
Even the publication and distribution John .:;. B ard." :[ John OConnor.:Autnne. T I).. D'tflVp\\'P1itl.rr\Ik. !Regular meeting Monday ni/ht'l ? USK THE j 'i i Our waiters service i is as rapid as wi., ,

of printed matter by the state, I J'hn "plb. W. R. )Ilorp.J'flix May 19, at S o'clock. Members arepecially perfect management It:
General Lamar's Parker
open letter to the : % "Lucky Curve" } modern f.u-ilitie can make u. i
concerning its resources and attrac- ftf'wart. G \V Gonzalez. & requested; to be present. ten-minute eater
lions, has been abandoned and a people of Leon county has greatly :''Frank (:assman. Jf.p Quina. Work in the rank of E.-quire. Members 4 Fountain Pen.BENNETT'S. -5 hunger without impairing can appease his 111.

I annoyed and evidently alarmed i j j George Antone.j lf'loh'AI.ist! <>r. | thin.jThe.
balance of the immigration fund- the j .1. \. Lars-en 1:d. Forrliim. of sister lodges and vHtiug I I I

created by a special tax for a $I'eciticlllrpol'ewhich I Weekly Tallahaseeau for it de-i':i i Tom' :Mussen Jr. Wm. Ray.W. |;I brethren cordially (invited to attend. | t :-O'Jis. I'alaroxSt. l'pn".I'III". r I 20th Century

} was "left over" after [; votes considerable editorial 11. L Simpson 1i.11'atts. Do not fail to come and hear more j .:-t.r r -
space: to ; 7v : :
:: I' ncstallraJlt-
.J } I'ibout =c
the the m.'s Je-'raIIJP.J.J.n .If.hriFon. '
act "creating' bureau had' our trip to Chipley to ineti-
the matter and makes another pitiful James lolrrts. .1 i
.J. Mtlv:
been repealed and amounting to ''w. lute ft new lodge. Hpecial train i nerves a variety of excellent foii <1

about J7UW, and which might well'have I appeal for Home Pride" to hold I Leroy C. Xeal.\Vhite. L.Peter Willis.1'ardPalaa.oseph I l leaves Wednesday, May 2Nt, 3:*:\ > :, i I specially prepared and suitable !4 '
t.'RY i|I hasty Bating.
been used by the dt'partulentof ', Myers in fond embrace.____ I J P. Barry. Giovanni I'lnn.-irl( p. III. I j w:' GEORGE j: Our sandwiches" and Dairy Di-!
agriculture for the dis-emiuation rhas. Simpson. John 1C Johnson. :\fu\JoE CAMPJELL C. C. .' are really delightful.
I note, too, In the Tallaha<..eeanjjthat I II !-'. O Sanders. A. Xtlins. I ,. I
of suitable advertising matter i I HORSALER, K. R. & S. Phone 471
; it has", secured "lon I II. G. P.ruit. A. D. F.-rctism.rharln I
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"covered into the treasury" au | t'rm"'I'I I W. J';. ('rail:. ,, I'rr\. I II Pearl & Blumer
I f ub-criber-one who! writes E. G. I communication ,
credited to the general fund of the i istate I Qnina. D. B. HH',1.i [. '
Lod.:e No. 15. 216 H.
Palafox Ht.s .
under the administration Milton that h.. 111,11'.1'arhrnuph.l'i DiLuMro
of
; must have the paper !! A. M., at K clock -
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Governor Bloxham and Treasurer C. j "until i'I Harry Hallmark Thos. F. Wr;liton. night.: May 19
| Myers i i. -l.cted. Hold himI .A ParraW T.PYraYH.. ..
B. Collin... I to it, friend >, 11'(' Kr cclnr.! y.' P. I." !;' brethren invited. 1-7...
w
Trice
The value of the work performed ''' ; that mean: a ubscriber j'''H S. rromeiin las 1rlnh..lr. W. D'C. KESSLER W. UW,. Now; \ Is s r our Time

by the bureau of immigration during for a good many years: to I I I H RlITII..rfoffl Frank Jahn.on.l M. becmary.W. 'A:;

the period of its existence, short as I come if the fellow Flicks to what he j 1 '- I ./ 10 HI Y {

It was, was demonstrated by the increaseiupopelatioi. writes. [I II' Foley's Hony and Tar ..,,"..In'I'I' COXUKKT AND DANCE AT

Curing the i I Utt opiates! and ran -<.aff'I.b.. .. MAGNOLIA BLUFF I'Ht'RSDAY
de-j I' ? "
Again: in another the I I to children. W. A. NIOHT. TRAINS AT ,8. !b:!::!AND 7f O11 II )
cade from 1'4I 1 to 1-\111! > the increase in paragraph, 121 h. Palufox -.trr-et.Fo1ey'sHoney. ,,9. LAST TRAIN HETUKXrs: AT WHEEL r CHEAPLadl'e' t
the state'* population was 45.24 per ;i jTaIIaha.--tean says, speaking of j ;: l1 :;O. TICKETS CENTS, AT ,
Jackson
:
county: DEPOT.
cent, as airamt R54: per cent in the j I and Tar :
previous, and 35.ttt percent' in the "Why they claim Myers a? their'|. forchildren.safe.sure. :1 c f : .!,
: No opiates.THK jfl1J \ :r.4'".
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cml1idatto: Marston "'11 ,
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subsequent decades. over there-that i?; they *I $ Quina carry \ i \;

The legislature which will meet i I say they were responsible;; for his en- |'. SA.NTA KO ASl'UF I I j the largest line of matting i,I '| M marci.-. E:'i
next year can perform no duty more teeing the race-and they propose to I ItATHl.NU EST.11LISHJ1Fl\T1; ; i iI 'I <>r : a" v. r... +l..ouLar Ics J

imperatively requisite to the welfare ,treat: him jut like they would a i I Bathing in the warm gulf waters ii' rugs, window shades, etc., It's a Mistake w---t: .. .. . .. .. . . f'j;' .

and progress of the -tat+ than thatufeitabli.hing | Jack;;on county man" conceeded to b" the finest in the in the city. We lay our ii I Ladi,,,s' .,
Vrw"for
"Seems to me I have ,, world. Everything I II i i "a. guaranteedI
some "ortof for
in some permanent and pleasure with ;matting free.
effective form a feature of the -tate I. recollection of some Jackson county'|'I, safety the food board and lodging, by j :; First-Class Western Beef Is I I two p'lIrw. rp (ulir tii.fJH:
i day or week. ,
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grade
f.Jr..f -
honcheonprompt ;
men h.tviusjat oA.STon.ija-
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government devoted to the encouragement some time said that|: ly served at all hour, day | Not 25 Cents
nr night. t Re Hart : a Pound.
certain fellow* "over there" often Boon". 1rvas 3c ?2 { 1902 Columbia
of immigration.1 i i I I CHARLES H. BI-RTOX, I I i guaranteed for
__. i brought out candidates 2m-tf Blgaattnd h ,
--- -n just for the Manager. -tI-J/Z. i i four year, going at..H'
,
Stood in a Draught | pleasure of knifing them and laying Look at our Prices:

with my coat otl and caught this1 i them away on the political shelf; j j I Elegant china closets, \!! La-typar.; Now|; D {
the I : sideboards, and Plant a Extra Loin ..... .. loctol c 2oe
wretched cold says .u tft'rE'r.He .j j! neatly lab..led-uA Has ; leather- spring garden. ? i
Been.
Round..... .... .. .. I
15c SIMPLY
need not pay a heavy penalty if |I Wouldn't The Willis loc ASTONISHING !
seat
I it b" awful if history i I. re- chairs at Marston Hardware Co. Brisket and Chuck. .
$
fee
be follow his act of folly witn an act ; loc
of wisdom :Soak the feet iu hot 'peatiiu'it-elf1; Quina'S' Low prices can sell YOlt the tools cheap. i Rib Roast .. .... .. loc the 'I
water with a few teaspoonful rat'i' THE POLITICIAN.Ite payments. easy I Ramp ..... ...... .. 15c: loc ,I ti)

Perry Davis' Painkiller in it. Takea ------ ,, Foley's Honey ana Tar I Considering above pricesare Bay a Wheel. Work has begun
teapnoutul of Painkiller in h'' t Garden cheaper than innany other city of''
sweetened water at bed time and be Non-Irritating tools in endless cures colds, prevents pneumonia thin! size in the country. the street You can IOOD

thankful for so simple and speedy away variety and at rock-bottom 1 We do have to pay more for our II I ride everywhere
to br"ik nn a d'ld. 'Ihere is Cathartic prices; at the Willis Hardware (]| If you want a nice present to give meat... and have to charge more
.. at'one Painkiller. Perry Davis'. to a friend, go and look through the than formerly, but it lao't our
Easy to take. Co's.'pANNER. \i elegant line of suitable articles: at and we are selling as low as we fault.1 I
I will repair your watches and easy to "ta raleHood's .' 'I J. I. Stephens, you surely can find sibly can. ,
Jewelry in firat-claea style. J. I I something to please you. If vou I
Stephens. Pills SALVE want anything in the Diamond fine PARLOR MARKET' i F B. BillJGE.Vr i
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; 1 j 1 i the most healing salvo In 1 th1 worldo j I\ be sure to see him before you bay. i .
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*5,1' C..'fOSHEE.O'NEAL.- ,Vice.President President- .; ; OoMeMeel t-fcteiaejat or the .f.c.M.-. E.. HORTON.CLARK Ass'l Cashier- Cashier.. ; t THE- WEATHER- -- T R. HALLIDAY & CO. Ii LK t




AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF TODAYLOCAL /


Values in Worthy Merchandise.
PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS MAY 12, 1902. Extraordinary 1\
,
FORECAsT-Partly cloudy tonigbt .I
RESOURCES. LIABILITIES.Tce and Tuesday with ocea ttonanboersitfb

Loan: J4o9,271.17; Capital Stock $200.000.00 to brisk southerly winds. t

IFaudLoaa: ... 42,086.11 Surplus 10,000.00 Decided Reduction for the Coming
Temperature in Last 24 Hours:
; 2,634.33 Net 7E26.61
OnrdrafM : _. _. .............. .....
and Premium... ...... ...... 80.250.00 Rediscounts 121,400.00 Mailraum_ .n. M degrees i 1
furniture: and fixtures.... ...... .... ...... 6.718.48 Circulation. ....:..... .. ...... .... .... .... 75.000.0u MlDimum..______ ._..._._78 degrees ...Week !I... ,

T R. Ftaffip". 607.75 Dividends Unpaid............ ... ..... .... 15.00J'aa Elsewhere: :
Temperature
; and Exchange;: 182,893.84 Deposits 360.32050 i leas Mill.I All our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold at.... .....loc, now 12t cAll L

I Atlanta ...... ....................71 MBiimarck our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold at.. ..... ..20c, now IBo ;: :
$774,262.01 $774.262.01 ...... .. ............-. ..._76 to .. ... .25c, now 20o I;
sold
for business I I Chicago __ ...... .... W 70 All our Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly at.- -
T-H i bank opened October 23,1900. We respectfully solicit your patronage and we will give Cincinnati..... .........._. .n........w *\# Printed Wash Fabrics that formerly sold at...... ...35c, now 25o :
nr: business prompt, courteous and careful attention. Galveston __ ..... ... ....._ M 7s All our I
Huron_...?._. .............__ M \111 Goods Including i ';
Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Jacksonville. ............_. .. ...w 72: For One Week only we will offer our entire line-of White .
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KaneaiCity_. .... "'___'" .NS C. !b.4 Organdies, French Lawns! Persian Lawns, India Linens, etc.; t q|
Key West. .. ...... ..... ... M 7x also entire line of Table Damasks, Napkins Dovlies, Towels, etc., and tour
our
.. .... .. .. K e4
they are going to make this a lively Memphis Mobile_.U 70 whole stock of Black Dress Goods at a Special Discount of 12>j%. \I'I

B. H. FAIRCHILD, YOUNC BURCLARS Montgomery .. ... .. ...HO c.*'
campaign. New Orleans...... .......... ........' 74 This is a Rare Opportunity to Purchase Seasonable and Staple Merchandise !
New York... .... __ .....72 M close Wholesale Cost. ,
to
cr 1, : ;OL'BTERER Philip Klein has moved his jew- Savannah ..... .. .?n__. .. M "-' at figures very ?
elry shop to Dannheisser's bar on CAPTUREDTHEY St. Louis .......?. ....!to 72 I
38 EAST ROMANA STREET. I South Palafox street and invites his! -- ALL OUR WHITE SHIRT WAISTS AT BARGAIN PRICES. :! J i

r...=t Ifr. and Refinishing Furniture aSpecially. friends to call and see him. I j

MARITIME. SPECIAL ,
HAD ROBBED THE JACOBY
A moonlight hop will be given at i I

PhCU10 4OG. | Magnolia Bluff tomorrow night under CROCERY STORE BECAUSE i f ..I
100 Black Silk Umbrellas. 26-inch, Steel Rod, Close Roll,
I| the auspices of the Catholic EIPORTH l

I II 1 Knight of America. Refreshments THEY WERE HUNGRY. For May to date nn lJtlNl Natural and Sterling Silver Mounted Handles, that t

R. K. WHITE, i i will be sold at city prices. A prize ARKIVEI ATQIMRtNTINE.Brss .

Manufacturing Jeweler I will be given to the most popular -- HcRwIell. irru. Martinten, Tampico Formerly Sold at $1.85, $2.50 and $3.25,
atibmaUr, toUulf Transit Co
\ lady on the grounds. Amission, 2o Two negro boys named Davis and

and Graduate Optician, : cents. Trains will leave Union de- Bruno were detected yesterday trying j CLCARLI. For this Sale $1.50. ,
Nors.s'-anna, !T 71. Christensen by Gulf I
pot at 7:45 and Su: returning at
PiUfoi M f.-.atoll. FlaY to move a sack filled with goph'lers Transit Co for rarapico,with 6l,no! tons coal,
I tectk 10:40 and 11 :-11). Those who have value lll..MI
I Ii but upon the approach of a policeman 'i Am sch Mary F: Morse, 5W, Jievtbnry, by
i, promised refreshments are requested RU M Robinson for CIt'Dfuegos1111 S3we ,- R. HALLIDAY & CO.
,_ ivvwvvv. to send them to the depot not later they abandoned the gophers i: g f t crosstles,slue K4.VI I
I Am sch Lizile B Willey. 5:!2. Ititeri. by
than -l:::1tJ p. in. and started to run. j jDavis master for New York, with tIY\9 g ft crossties -
I I Telephone 193. 33 and 36 Palafox Street.Ladies .

HEWS$ NOTES:! HulotI'l- >-a Congressman. I was chased and captured by i! IT QUAIlAo TISE. ,
Officer Spott-wood, to whom he told ,
"At the end of the campaign," Br ea Cyntbla, ian; Deans,Santo to W HKejser SEE THE r@
Missouri's I a story implicating four others in i & Co try J :
writes Champ Clark,
Has bk Lima, to nsacola Lumber Co
.;-=/ brilliant congressman, "from overwork the robbery of the Jacoby: Grocery It bk Colombia,1'4", 1'sroJi Montevideo, I '

.:, 1.: >:1. Jr., bua lot oft nervous tension, lo-s of sleep: Store, on touth Palafox. I Ito I Br order bk J H Mursters, 5t2. Frank, Belize, to ; .
and constant Fpeaking 1 had about order :
Afor ale or to exti..v :
t, :: utterly collap-ed. It seemed that all The boy said that at 9:30: o'clock Nor Manna.. 2371,Christensen,Tampico, Tan Oxfords
i-1, !'.: cattle.: See his ad- the organs m my body were out of toGa Transit Co

\-rr- 'I i.." : :. .I order, but three bottles of Electrici on Saturday night himself and four i iI
I i Bitters made me all right. It's the I others, being very hungry, had concocted I I! THE SHIPPING.
J' f dil 'muni meeting of the best all-round medicine ever sold -
a plan to rob the store of kaz
;i .;:.: i,'uruitme iuve-ti atiiig com- over a druggist's counter. Over VESSELS: : IX PORT. ,

". ,tt"-. will! be held to-uight at 7 i I I sickly worked women, run-down gain men splendid and health weak Jacoby. They ascended the back ,' Atlanten.STKAMbHIFS.Hwed ). Svensento. Penatco- $ nONDAY $ ,

.
Chamber of ComA stairs he said the la Lumber Co
;nk t: the Bitters. kicked open backdoor ,
i i and vitality from Electric I I Span F'ranctscaI'39Echevseria;! to lilU:
.
--,.. full attendance is de-ire 1 Try them. Only 50c. Guaranteed by.'W. then, by aid of the elevator, '; Transit Co :
A. D'Alemberte, 121 South Pal Br lilencoe i&W. Cooper, to order WORTH FROM '
.\ uew advertisement, of Nick I afox street. went to the ground rtoor and appro- I, Br Hornby Castle, SMi! tiaudge, to GulfTrenbul.o .',

A;...-tie'* restaurant appears in thii'u' I -. priated two sacks of gophers, cabbages ,, Br Vermont 277., Osborne, to C W Ha-
Nick's is one of theL german :
"- place snuff, matches raisins and SHIPS.NorKingCenrlc .
I :; to
L;" popular restaurants in the iSIXTY DAYS other things. Lumber Co fouNen.to Pectacola ... $1.50 3.00.. I

ith. It h:i-s a national reputa- BARKS
Everything was moved but I Nor Aeathe. 117H, Bjonnes, to 8 8 L Co I
df-trves it. away !
t.: ''u and it .. ;
Kus A blOn.I\\I: Snail,to H 8 LCo '
ON STREETS the box containing 144 cans, and the I Nor Birma,'. Johnson, to orderIt FOR ,
There will be preaching at the Uuleeppe 1) Albundo. Mont, to Ross.co I
1 hurch of Christ, corner of Alcaniz gophers, and it was planned to I Rros .1 I
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Hag Hera, I'WT Hogijblom. to S 8: LCo
rt Jackson streetevery night move the latter early yesterday i Kus Co Lima, /7l> Burke, to Pensacnla Lumber $ 1.45 $ !

week by Rev. W. T. 'frac '. The Will Lentz and Jim Woods, the $
: morning. While doing so they were j It )Martinin I?!, X.f no, to order
Nor Mirzapore, 1175, Johnson, to H U
incited artend these
is to -er- whose actions
r :gongervice begins at 7:4u I negroes suspicions caught, after a chase I I Boyer Nor Mataura 11H3 Bruusgaard, to H P ...........,..... .... .... ....... - -"
Yates' last Thursday
around store ghotterco .
The Jacoby store closed about |
I Nor Paragon, Tit, Hn ch, to 8 Bliotter
caused their arrest, were each giver. 7:30:: p. in. Saturday. One of the boys CoIt BOSTON SHOE STORE
.w .: :carpenter- and brick- I II Saint Antonia de PardovnSHI,(>uarto,
Iii} days on the streets this moruiag ,
to ord..rHr
familiar with the from !
I was place a
w wish work -houUl read I I Wildwood.liv.. FItzgerald, to ord..rKus

..- J udverti-ement ofV.. by Mayor Jones. 'previous employment there. i II Co \btaat,'t'4.Aaltonen to b P hotter NATHAN (J. rolCCIIImii: : I'I'uJlrittllr.Leaders .

superintendent: of the I 'Addltional testimony against the The boys were turned over to the I j I HKU.S.
It Due Horelle B. H4n.Costa, to order Palafox Street.Don't
117 South
of Low Prices. .
: r.ills.: The buildings re- negroes was adduced today, and county authorities this morning, and i> ...( ,1100 FoR!!.
fire to bp re- I Am James A Uarneld.'+1, loll, to t:!15 Ll'o
-: -yed by are Frank
] among the witnesses was warrants issued for all others im Am Lizzie K Willey.A.'.', Rivers, to order
1 : i: :'.I! will give profitable Am Mary K Morse, 5HH Newbury, to Jno Let Your
Davis, white, who said he saw Lentz A Merrill Co : jia
:. 'L"llt to i i workmen. for "everal hours around a fruit -- : Carriage .
Br Union,72, Kottt-r. to master
... store on Wriitht street, which had WillThill l'ulkO01'1'11 for want of little repair. Taken in
nit !has been aided to the
been robbed that night. N a greater power of digesting andiU1ilatin UP, CLEARED AN D SAILED FOR PEN time, the cost may be trifling "A
:. t-vut corp .of mixologist-at; __ a-- food. For them Dr. 4ACOLA. word to the wise is sufficient." We
1:1111; br and hereafter freewill I 8TltUIHIPI do carriage and repairing in fall
: King's New Life Pills work wonders. Frida Horn Cier, sid London March Jl wagon
be served daily: at 1 p. m. WILL the .. /aiptrak. Bat Span: sld Bilbao March 2S its branches, at lowest prices,
RIFLES regulate igansgetly
I HAKKHAlexander and warrant all work to be strictly
i .- feature wa! added as a return expel all poisons from Lawrence, Nor, 1W, RosarioMarch flr't-clll Make vehicle equal

'J.! lIU1tnt for the liberal patronage: 1 prove enrich the blood, im- i Anita 8,1 It.:t:XatTenenfTrtNovSOBarsagliere : to new in appearance your durabilityand
HOLD SMOKER make healthy rlen. !
nlfj the Hijou. Capt. Krygerii appetite it. bill -avona March IV motion. Jobbing promptly exe-
i Only 2oc. at W. A. D'Aleuiberte's, Cognati, U.S.'.', at Marseilles Ian 11
: iu always giving everybody j I'Jl south Palafox street. II 'lite Mount, It, sid Lett Jan 12 cuted.
'nil worth of their mftiipy. Thf-< : -- Virginia. It,Bid Malaga' April. It Best Hort-e! hoer always ready.J. .
i 81 HIHISKKK.ieo
'" lunches will be a great convf.. I The cambia: Rifles will hold 'PULASKI ( V Jordan Am,sld New York April .7 M. Milliard & CO.
I LEEDS Nellie W Howlett, Am, eld Nework ,
1 i> to business men who do uol t: their annual smoker at the armory \ | April 21 rit.'pRGNT '
i iI No. 30 Eat Garden Ht. '
the time to go home to dinner. tomorrow night, at which officers of .
._ .. AVanUMl.TASTKO8everal ., _.. .
HER YESTERDAY ------ --' I
The friends of Henry Helliugniiuouuce
the other military companies andpreys I \\ millwriuhtf,carpenM .
iu this Issue of Tin NEWi ; ten and brlckmaions. Apply to W. K. I :
representatives have received \'authnHupt.MuscogeeFlat. Jvm.it C. O. MEUX
candidacy for Tax Collector o:r i I I -- -------- ,

cambia county, subject to the ac. cordial invitations. Pulaki Leeds, superintendent of by buying (:MKl'VS lU'MNKSS COI.LKr.K.: I '

,in of the democratic primaries,1 f A feature of the evening will be machinery for the L. & X., spent Save il loney II I

j ;ly I:;. Mr. Hellingeri an active' I addresses from the two legislative i Saturday: and sunday in Pensacola, 'I Marston your Quina's furniture 2 ;cI1t.: The Bar = Lock Typewriter. :

.: nest young democrat of pleaiinji candidates! !{otts. C. M. Co"ton and taking departure at Maui o'clock .
mersand he has a ho-t of friend, Great Furniture Empo- FOLD ON INSTALMENT PLAN. j
:[ S.' M. Loftin, who have promised toI for New Orleans in his:; private car.
hout the who will givi II rium. for Old Ones. .
n;: county New Machines K\rlianjp Inquire at l.4JIlf"f'I : i
party support for thp office I make public their ideas as to how The visit of Mr. Leeds, while by ,

i i ,uug democracy of K-cambis[ i the ute should take care of the mid I no means unusual, is said to have : '
OS.5SSSS3SE53.53S5S35E SHEHui
I.. coining to the front :i litia. I i, some bearing an important I I
I upon ; :.NNOO.O/NOON / T S Si nJnl t+< ,
contemplated change in export fa.
i.
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cilities. A query for a confirmation : SAVE YOUR ; L : READ : I!
t 1" 1" '
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a' L L l I I of the rumor, however, failed to' t. f
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..*.fi AT.... } elicit any definite information from I J MONEY'" : :. ..'" BELOW.: : :

!I Mr. Leeds regarding the matter. 0 O ,
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JSSOLCAHN&CO'SSYOU i I>,palM! A Great S orot. j, !
I'I
: <5l525SSa5SS EESSES2SH5H5HS ? :
1 It is often asked how such startlingcures I:

that puzzle the bet phyiciaus : I'jl, .

WILL FINE are ellected by Dr. King's New Discovery '

T- ,I i si cret. for It Consumption.cuts out the phlegm Here's and the Your Chance to Save Money

!,__ : infected mucus, and lets the ji
___ __ ., t' =-_ ,_ = :. : : _.- -= 1! germ life-giving oxygen enrich and vitalize '!

the blood. It healtre inflamed, ; t ON A FEW USEFUL ARTIGLES.-
*
.SMlTHFIELDHAMS..g cou;h-woru throat and lung Hard I
; cold and stubborn: coughsoon: ;

-.- --- ------ -- yield the most to Dr.infallible Kind! New remedy Discovery lot all, i:i'I' Our Entire Line of 50c Sit Waists, I I Oar Line ofLanus 75c Waists, Mate of Di m- I
-- -- -- I
---- = --- -- Throat and Lung disease Guaranteed 39C' c

i7' bottled bottle free at 50 W.c A.and D'Alemberte's$1.UO. Trial, Tins Season's StYles Choice I I. .1 Tics, aid Mairas, CfcNONI 5 9

best of everything generally I
f and the 121 >l uth Palafox street.
: It14lltflI-o: : .

kept in a First-Class Grocery Store. k All kinds of chairs and I'i


.FLORIDA AGENTS.... 8 1 I rocking chairs at Marston Apron Gingham, per yard 5c t
...
; I $ Quina's. Prices are veryI

FOUTHK I low. "Barred I[ Muslins and Lawns, per yard 5, 8% and lOc Ii


Abita Springs Mineral Water. ': CONCERT AND DANCE AT r'I '

'. NIGHT.MAGNOLIA TRAINS BLUFF AT THUR.8. 8:30: AND D.1Y I We have an Assortment of JMIKKVS: IMMNsr.S: 6 to 12 years. You can save the expense of having j

7 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT them made. A few of the many style of the-e garments shown in Window Di=play 1_

, TICKETS 25 CENTS, AT '. ,
Nunnally's Candies 5 11:30. --------

Agency DEPOT. tlrA Good Assortment of 14 and 17-inch EMHROIDEREI FLOUNCINr.S Jut Received, for Under- .
|I wait'! They are Excellent.
Corner Palafox and Intendencia Streets. Marston{ $.Quina are sole
I
the celebrated
agents for


; Telephone 178. L" L' Pensacola FIa.L ;absolutely Odorless guaranteed refrigerators or, I.i W. J. & ,B. FORBES. :


6r S money refunded. I I i,

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. MONDAY, MAY 19. 1902
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ffil 1 [D@ li r WAR BENEFIT TO SPAIN.


.i J @ Wg @ cl TIRED SALESWOMEN. LCM of Her Colonies In Disguise Proved Blessing MRS. HELENA BLAV,


' I New York. May IT.-Spain's condition Young MilwfcuKee Society Woma.n.rns .
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.j I Should be More Consid- ., cannot be accurately Judged from i
: I [Orly nat.] Employers I
i t the pleasureable excitement of a poi-1
I TVe were lying iu the harbor of Cal- | : thousand cured The woman whta "
cutta. Every men bad gone ashore to : erate. Mrs. Pinkham As : Tired ulsjfosthal.. when the streets of the.' have written ered from female veep-' .\
capital are thronged with visitors and tell how Wine of should do anything wit
a dance, while I was left to watch the Women to Write Her for Advice. there is a brilliant display of equip1p I bestows the reason to secure n alI

fchip. There Is no region In the world 8 in the parks cables the Madrid :J I blessing of health on ever M T Wine of Cardui u tb. r
!I woman who takes it,
anllmerc1l''s ciaethataplralstoreasur
whore thieves! are more expert
correspondent of The Tribune. I)I 4
and alike. Mrs. .
in India unless it be In the vast retail establishment of large cities poor ble Vo'omen-Vo'omI'
than : many women are Without reference to adventitiousaid !
Helena Blau, No. 123 Seventh hold operations and
China and it was necessary for me to employed a; sale m'omen. to the present ceremony with its I' Street Milwaukee, in horror-women wh cutt tn! J

kfp a sharp lookout for natives who ,, ilen formerly held the positions that women now hold, and while Spanish vlvaoity and holiday! humor, I'I Wia., is one of the young that Nature is the Ll"Stl w

mrht! swim out and come aboard to i I women's organism is less strong than men's, they are expected to do the the facts J-istify the conclusion that I i women whom Wine of Car- sician. Wine of Car t I'
same work. Their duties compel them to be on their feet from morningto dui Las rescued! from a life women latk
murder and steal.The the country i il in a greatly improved -Vri. H tew Blau. gives I'of
moon was half full and occasionally night, and many of them, in a short time, contract those distressing state and that the war involving the suffering. She writes: by giving N'atnr \
complaints called female dideaaes..tt |chance to build up the>a pdYn,, ,
"Vine of
Cardul b
loss of the colonies has proved to baa certainly worn
covered l-y fleecy clouds. Iliad > eased tissue. Wine of Cardtn .
Then occur irregularities suppressed or painful menstruation out' women's best friend and I res. a'
on my pyjamas and was sitting In blessing in disguise. [ am pleased the menstrual flow and Nature":

a long wicker chair that admitted of weakness, indigestion, leucorrhcea, general debility, and nervous pros- The terrible drain upon the r -1 1sources to give my experience with it. A few relieved of the drains or of the p u> .
:
reclining. About once an hour I would tration. of the kingdom from military i! months ago I caught a severe cold, having in the system, makes the fur, '. .&.

They are beset with such symptoms as dizziness, faintness, lassitude expenditures has ceased and the pressure -', been 0 ut.in inclement weatherwhich organs strong and healthy again
fret up and walk the docks from sh'lJto who
excitability, irritability, nervousness, sleeplessness, melancholy, of taxation has been relaxed. The settled all over me. particularly in the Any woman ii silently -suff.TnntoM :
stern. This was to make sure "all-gone and "want-t -Le-Ieft-alone feelings blues and hopelessness. pains because she u too si :r.,' _
law adopted a year ao requiring the abdomen. I in almost constant
was pain.
to ,
undergo a physician's
that 110 one was lurking about but ; eian ma-
In such cases there !is one tried and true xemedy. Lydia E;. Pink- payment of Import duties in gold has I consulted a physician and took his and treatment can find noindicia I'll ."
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to from to
keep going I
more specially
ham'sI"tabI6 Compound at once removes such troubles. The operated well and is enabling the for month and without .nyI I! not -urinp relu-f when Wine t .
tleep. following letters PT'Vthi.3.. They also trove the value of Jlrs.1'inkam's treasury to create i gold reserve available a I I dui is offered/ to her. Th>re i* n .
j
About 2 o'clock in the morning I was h advice. for resumption While relief. I then decided: I would try your licitv to deter her. She can t.tk l.

dozing; on the chair, occasionally openlog I. nothing definite has yet purposes.been ace(tm- medicine ind it was a lucky day for me of Cardui in the privacy of h'f ;' .
when I did so. I noticed a change in a with as much assurance of a'
tas
ny ey s drowsily. \t one of tht se pushed in the direction of a contraction
few days and felt encouraged to continue though a dozen! doctors revtaking ,"
intervals! of 1'IlIelJndulsn"t! 1 was of the currency, there has beena It. Many physicians do rl'
looking at the shimmer of the moon on material increase in the purchasing Win of CU4UI, and my patience: Wine cf Tardui, to their l'atl"U"

V.ii-: cater when across the l belt of l.lu power of the depreciated medium of was rewarded,for in two weeks my pains Why not pet a *l. botti.t! .

J.. saw a sluwly uoriii:, dark "JIll!. I exrhangp. and there has been also a had left me and I felt like a new woman." of CarJui from your drug
ws ton far pone toward s-lumh-1 tf grit gain in the buoyancy of the pub

, more than notice it. Intleed 1 did: Hot ,L) lie confidence. A million siffvni j
x
err !j v.-oiider what !t wis. Tin m x Hankers and merchants are convinced WINE of CARDVI have found nWine .

tlii.f! : I UI''III'IlII.Y eyes this sumo !I. nf Car,: ,
that a better era has opened for
, put w.a ; felShi'Utttc, ni
1 :
rentj
app. Spanish Industry ___ u ______ _
In;: Oil the t pinwaie, the size of a m ''U'III'old. >

Slowly.: Meu-ly.! : a jn.i! uf THE NEW GROCERY STORE.MOVER
Dyers' Strike at Paterson.
rhuadersiq! ,i-nre l. llu-n whole! inked I .
New YOlk.Iar: 17.-At
a meeting
body but it was not til it J.t: on tin 0_ iii-------: -
I'.CCK with the! nuitelras! spring of a cat I I I i!' of the striking djcrs' helpers of I'af 0

I arson X J.. a committee was appointed -
Vital I uH fully :lroUSt. !.
One rei<.i>n for my doing! left aboardto I II to call today on the helpers in the WILL

do guard duty alone was that 1 was } mills, where terms had been granted

a very powerful man. Iiidevd I wasl'cuuntt'll and are now operating, and ask themto Keeps a Complete, First-Class, Up-to-Date Stock

a bundle of iron muscles.Neing + i go out today, at noon In sympathy i,
: that my adversary was naked I4 I with the ether dyers who have not'1' of Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries.

mid that if we oume to close quarters| 'It been able to get bark to work owing
No. 30 W. Government
this Mould /n'! liiiu! a great ndvantageover I to tMr employer refusing to come St., Salisbury Block.

me I slipped oil my pyjinus and to their terms. The committee was in- 'IEI.I'PIIO: E; .S'.:

Mood IWt'\\I'rl'.1 in my sh.tes. On sting -..- strutted to inform the men working ,

;: m- the name hesitated a 1I101lll'ntunt In the dye homes that If they refuse tn ,

cast a quick: loll)!. at the water. quit work there may be trouble. I II ICEANDWOD.

doubte! woiidi-ring; whether he would I

bitUr plunge lulu it and swine ,
WIlY Weekly Bank Statement
WE EXPECT TO SUPPLY A MUCH L> rOERTL:11: Id' J
or wore fur me. He decided the
upon New Yirt.! :May 17.-The statementof
I
latter and with thcrap-diiy( of lightning: a the a-oi-ated banks for the week' THIS MMER THAN EVE I E::9( RESEND t

came within a fete feet tlf me, a loi;': endive today; shows: Loans $879,029.-1: I .
thin knife glittering alive him !in the
6 DM: decrease J22.908.100; deposits US YOUR ORDERS NCWw
moonlight. It was lucky I saw that
f 13'i.lf,1.u)1I decrease $2t O73.7uy; circulation Y
tll'II.ll1'n, the knife down. IWIS
not wh're \a.II"'I'1i\ came the moment "I Can Work Every Day In the Week Now." z31: X730:1. inl'flasU3.COO; t Thompson, Olsen & C :). .
i
legal tendi-s $;T3r,61.2i, decrease $1..I
before, ai.d in another si-cimd 1 h-id 1 DKAK MBS. PINKHAM1: write this letter for you to publish for the
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grasped my lean's wrist and broiuiit teneflt of poor snffonntf women. Lydia K. I'inkhani's Vegetable Com- /: I -l,600; specie $169,82a: ,S00, increase :, Manresa Street, Telephone 14 :.

the knuckles of my other hand down pound ha don uie a jrf.it deal of rood. I have taken three bottles and feel $:;31.iflu: resents $242.SS7.'tiO.:: ( de _
like u. new woman. U'hi'ii I begin tha uses of your medicine I was: hardij able I' create $l.1 :.:nO: reserve required
on his ciiuiliril tI* 1 the !knife
t all rat to lie up ; could nut ,Io! half a 'liy's wwk. 1 ached from head to foot was $234.040.47.;:.. decrease $6.012.135; surplus I[ ESTABLISHED 1S83.
tied! on the deck.: The wrist I held was almost had these bearinp-ilown and stomach of order. I -- -
out
crazy ; paw : was !
$3,345.525, Increase $1.8S23.Lord .
oiled and he easily twisted it from myKratip. Now 8lIlf thetruuUes have left me an.11 can work every day in the week I

1 shoved bun! backward, and( and not feel tired."- Mas. JK\ME FREEVAX, 402: Pennsylvania Ave., Lima, Ohio. I : McKENZIE OERTING & CO., '

when he jumped fur me again;: one of 1)cir Irs. I'inkliunt : I hate read with intere-t 'ouruhi'e to Pauncetote Resigns. a --DXALC&S
my feet was planted on the weapon. others nuu h that 1 thought I would wl.itetuloli for I have been I New York :May 17.-Lord Pounce 0

The question between ns was which suffering; for a Long: time. This I did some time ago. I fote's health has compelled him to ask
:! Ship Chandlery and General >hardware>
fhould (IKOM-SS' tour knife. If he couldget Sow I can hardly find words to thank you fur your wonderful Vegetable I j the Dritiflh cabinet to accept bis immediate : ,

it, he would certainly end my caleer. Compound and advice resignation. An announce !
I If be did not get it, he inns t "* I was in a terrible state, every part of my body aehed was very nervous, : meat to this effect appears in a London i 80S AND 60S $. PALAKOX STUt T. tw..ww

run and I would, pick it up and might had hysteriral spelt 1 think I would have become insane had it not been for i' dispatch to The World, which says | AG' ]%:c i'E
Lydia K. IMnkhamN Vegetable Compound. Your medicine hag curedme
drive it into his back: before he could( 1 Foreign Secretary Lansdowne is said i REVERE COPPER COMPANY JOHN A. ROEBLINO'3 i ONH' CO'i .
and I cannot express my tu.lI.nkMI HATTIK DKGKOAT sucoaaunn.i, I
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE A.
leap o\er the gunwale lie was of a N.J. (March 8, 1941. 1 to maintain that the British ambas- RUSriEL & SON'S PCM .

lighter weight than I. but much more No other nu'tlicjiit- tho world has received such widespread and j i i sador at Washington must be above Bum \viiliii\ \ 911s, luttal iBStroBsoIs, Chris, i hcin, Stiu! '

ngile:; and my only chance was to hold unqualified endoiM'iuent.Jfo I 1 all an expert in intt'rDatlonallaw. and i OO* PAB9F9. LOGS. ETC.
my .round by sheer strength, lie ': he recommends that
prang into the air and came down and, other person can give such hplpin: advice to women who appointed. a leading lawyerbe C. McKeniie Osrting CollectinArent for Bar Pilots' Benevolent A-i-o

toward me from alum*. I was not are sick at can Mrs. IMnkham, for Woos have bad such a greatexperience
-her addreu.s H 1'11anti her adice free if
staggered but when I s.-ized! t his body Lynn, -
you are sick write her-jou are foolish if you don't. |: Missing Girl Found.
10 bold him throw him frum I
or
me WEEKLY WCIIJUDUJLE
Raleigh, May 17.-The long search ,
i ind that every part was oiled. HeiggUM 0.m to the IAct that skeptical : i
some
prop* .for Miss Cordelia '
Chllders. who last
t :; from :lIId, falling lure from lime to nmt questioned the gnne =i" ciatioa.HICK'S FOR STEAM DIVISION
; my grasp : REWARD
s "f tht ttritiaionikl letters we are cOMlantl1 month walked away from her home at ,
: my feet, seized both my legs: with $5 0 0 0 we have doetud.uh: the Nauoa ] E.'iS.\COLA KLKCTIUCTKUM15AI: :
Hickory, has ended. She writes to |
:; sit' v to lifting me off my feet and Cm (Sank of Lvnn Mast. f j.ono, whkh willpublishing i
be paid to any penon who will thow that the above testimonials are IIOtJldllIoe. ,' her uncle from Sterling, Neb, begging RAILWAY COMPANY.Train .
the !knife. Indeed lie ,'
so quick was : nr acre puMuhfl btlttt ohuimat the wtil< s special txraiuaion. -
i i, that I had barely time to stoop and 1 .-LydU E. l'IDkbam Medicine Company. L7 0. MM. I him to excuse the manner in which she I Kit leave PeDe.cola for the Lar:.
Haroa
left and saying she did not have theI Layou.WarrtngtonAavyYstl
pet: a grip on hs: throat and, though 1 (, sad tore Barraac atdYla.m.arrlveatFort

. ; <-(,u.1 jmt hold it long, for the oil while tae sirucsw unit i u-rc the weapon ununwed. The Death Chair. nerve to say goodby. : Karrancat TU i a

1 did bold! it paralyzed: him sutlii'ient Tor an Instaut: while he: Doubt is often cast upon electrocution i iI M:>: a, m.arrive at Fort Barrancai Itsts.ax:

, ly to pre\ent his getting me ,,11'UI) sprang\ at niy Ride 1 was obliged! to as a system by the fact that per i,j Volcanic Dust In New York I I 8'V 1J\)) p.p.m m..a arrive rrl VI>atKort at tort Karranoai Barrancai 'Iea:1' Pll

1'ins. shift my position! and remove toyfoot. i j sons may survive an accidental shock 1 New York. May 17.Close observ i ii Restaurant e:1Sp.marriveat Kor' barrancai 7)1:! tx

Then he drew off and circled about I of 2,')") volus. The Electrical Worlij i ere in this city believe the volcanic -*Trains:))p.m.eve arrive Fort at Port Barrancai Karra&cai tor g.4i l"eUI'p I

me rapidly. 1 tuning! at the same' tune ISffore I could put' it back on tie knife j and Engineer points out that the condl, dust from the West Indies has reached cola at

the foot planted the knife he had! slipped through and h -re. Scientists declare however.
(lit on hopping my arms tions of a chance contact are entireljI I TIia.m.srrtve at Pen>aco1aU ees.a I )
i around with the other. lie !kept B"t his finders on it. It was fortunate I] different from those provided In th, I that the dust cannot be expected to bot :-*, p m. arrive at Henaacola.S .....ll st p.a
,
I : t I : :> p. m. ArrIve at Heniacola _.
this up. hoping to make! me dizzy or to that 1 had on my shotI brought the i i i isule chair. It says "There can be no ouesi noticed to any extent before the end of 5."1I m arrive at funKaaoia .. e.t ys5p.a: .jm

i tire! me (.\It. nr btth. but a sailor Isis a of one down on Us EsL Though i tion that the subject dies by the effect* this month. Short orders promptly "7:1)) p. 01, arrive at PeoBacola. ...-. Ls5 p
j I :1611. m. arrive at Penssools.aJ .
\ bead beyond the first weakness and I heard the U>n*" crack under the :, of the electric shock and is dead beyond I "datnrdayi: 00)7 p
: there fear of giving! out in I'luw, he did not out i| WILL CURE CONSTIPATION. filled !
was no my : ; cry Wrenching !] all hope before the autopsy takes j I I i FARE FOB WEEK DAYB.Penitsola .
; strength. Indeed the man's enduratiie his hand away the knife was left'' place." I] A. A. Herren, Finch. Ark., writes,

I was put t.> a severer text than mine, again beneath ray foot |]i "Foley's Honey and Tar is the best : Best the I feaiacola to to Nay Yon Harrancai Yard and and rctarn retorn. lu its
market
for, though mil1WI... a diilicult! mo 1 began: to feel that sooner or later i WHAT IS FOLEY'S KIDNEY CURE ? preparation for coughs, cold and | reaikaolt to Palmetto Ketch and ;: 1MSUSDAT
lung trouble. I know that it has
: lion the distance he parsed over was the slippery eel would! Ret what be was ': Answer Iti affords IOHBDCOI,
i is
: made from a prescription cured consumption in the fir=t When weather
I and he fast :1 ft(>r. Tlu'n it occurred to permits the running a
I 1111111tlllll'S. greater rnu so me to resort I of a leading Chicago phy stages." W. A. D'Alsmberte 121 open coacbas.Leave .

I that it was bard on his hn'utb.I > to stratagem. Darling a glance fast sician, and one of the moat eminent ;, S. Palafox street. Private Ftniaoola. Lv YOU Hirrtnui
parlor for
I Then he determined to close In on liiiu. I shouted. 1'ull. I-oys:"' lIe knewramuh in the country. The ingredients; !i a.m. 13am.

!. me. It was fortunate that I bad llngliah: to understand, be- are the purest that money can buy, I I MlDWll'KUY. dinner parties. lla.m.1 p. m, II m.ip.m... sp.m

thrown tiff my pjjamas, fur had I not d.intl1:1t I saw a boat coming, turn and are scientifically combined toI i, Theandersinedtakeathismethod I I P.m..
set Heir utmost ,. __,_ __ __ __ Ip. m
value.V. '
be could bate got a ;grip on them which 'tl and ran like a deer to the ship's I A : 'J! 1Ul'nnc oer L services' as a''I p. m p.m.

might hate enabled him to sway me side.r.itchinsj. D'Alemberte. 121 S. Palafox street i'j 8rst-cl ass licensed midwife, having I Ip.m; 9 pp.m..

I .. till I lost my balance. Having to keep tp the knife. I followed PTDT-n..totam Stops the 'I j' had 35 years experience. I I p. m. r p.m.

my foot on the knife was a great detriment and as h.> \autod: over the gunwale |: ar.J Qwr:: al1.itl.cl: !. .via'ac I.t Tickling lLtI'q"u1it 'Can give best of reference from $2.00WILL I ftaiaoola'A.'o..t1 an Barraaeai!DAY
i Davy
in preventing him fiom closing :grasped;; an ankle.: Head downward j 1 leading physicians of this city lard and r tnrn_,.__., >..

; with tie end this was the only time 1 In he strllJ..';It'tl. I endeavoring to boll.! Rubber hose, all sizes, at Jltf 111 MRS.South M.DeVilliers GIDDENS Ht., PAY FOR THE I faaiaoola'tnfn.-to Palmetto___B oa"t _and_ I"

,! him and fttt within reach! of a vl- ,< the Willis Hardware Co.'s. No' freight received after 1:15 p. m.

Caret Eczema and Itching HumorThrough tal part but the oiled skin prevented i iI t ,. SCHOOL SUPPLIES I''Jacksonville .,e

I the Blood-Costs Nothing I me. Sippiu:! away from me he fell I i There's lots of money to be made i' -- %
. to Try It. headforemost iLto the water and whenhe In real estate-lots of it. A real estate -J 1! At C, V. 'IhO lptlon'8 No. 11 South I

I t B. B, B. ( Botanic Blood Balm) i a arose was some distance from the sign is usually a finzer-board to Palafnx.I Daily MetropolisFROM LODGE DIRECTORY
j ship. CUTHBERT F. ROE. wealth. Thos. C. Watson & I Besides the standard line of sta-
I I now recoirulzed a* a certain :and ;sure !I
Co. the leading: Real Estate tionery we have, in tints with
! I cure for Eczema, Itching :Skin Humor firm. I i I envelopes NOW I KNIGHTS
'' have some offers which it would to match : OF PYTHIAS.
Scab scales Blisters Don't Start I I
?, Watery Wrong. II
be
worth while Royal Crystal Bond.
I your consider. Go
Joint, ,Pimples Boils Carbuncles Aching Bone Prickling* ort Don't start the summer with a and see them today, and don't wait I I Kurd's Holland Bond. UNTIL DECEMBER I, 1902, I!I, PennacoU Lodge, No. 3. K. 01 p.,

t Pain in the Skin Old Eating l Sores. lingering cough or cold. \Ve all I till to-morrow. I Ladies' Art Stationery. meets every Monday nu>
I ; Foreign Mail Etc.Artists' log at 9.rt at Castle BIt:
know what
I a suunner cold" is. It's'the i
Botanic
Ulcer?, etc. Blood Balm In
the
II Covering the entire BoantWatioi
I taken internally, cures the wor"t and: hardest kind to cure. Often it I Foley's Honey and Tar Memoranaum Material. Office Sap- scope of the \ Rolidng.third floor.
; plies: Books
most deep-seated cases by enriching Etc. Political Campaigns of the Year. VUltlng brethren eordlal!
tarehildrfa.safc.sure.
i "hangs on" through the entire sea i1'oopiates. I All new and bright.AGENTS I weloomed.
11' purifying and vitalizing the blood, son. Take it in hand right now. A I i p oI.CA.nUL,
,, I thereby giving a healthy blood supply few doses of One Minute Cough Cure ADDRESS H. HOKHLIB: C. C.
NOTICE, I K. R. A 8.
to the skin. Botanic Blood Balm i will set you riht. Bare cure for I WANTED. CARTER & RUSSELL I
j* the only cure, to stay cured, for coughs colds, croup trip, bronchitis I have been authorized to take i II

three awful, annoying ckin trouble*. all throat and lung trouble Ab- sabscriptions for Wm. Jennings .I LIFE OF T. DEWITT TALMAGE, by his PUBLISHING CO, I

Other remedies may relieve but B. solutely safe. Act at once. Children Bryan's paper. "The Commoner" son. REYR.SK DEWITT TALMAGE' JACKSONVILLE FLA.Foiey's a ls
I. B. B. actually cure, heals every; like it. "One Minute Cough The price is $1.00 per year in ad- i and associate editors of Christian Herald. Aose !
sore and gives the rich glow of Cure is the best couh medicine I vance. Those desiring the paper ; Only book endorsed by Talmage family.
1 health to the skin. H. B. B. builds up aver used" says J. F. Bowles. I can have it sent to them by seeding Enormous profits foragents who act quickly Kidney Cum '

the broken-down body and make Oroveton N. H. "I never found i $1.OJto the undersi ned. ,Outfit ten ceati. Write immediately nukes kHoeyi and bWfdu H:..wsa az-.. 1
I rlrht. ,
the blood red and nourishing. Over anything else that acted ?o safely.i H. M. RoCHE, CLARK & CO., 222 S. 4th SI., Philadel- I
.I 3<.<00 voluntarv testimonials of cures and quickly." Hargis' Pharmacy, : Care Daily News.EXECUTOR'S phil, P>. Mention this paper. a >eodlm* Medical Society
by Botanic Blood Balm ( B. B. B.)1 John Sheppard, Sidney Kahu. AttentIon tw HARPRR

Druggist f 1. Trial treatment free -------- I NOTICE. There will be a regular meeting; of, '"

and prepaid by writing Blood Balm 1 The man who owns hi" own tome Estate of C. C. Vooge Sr..deceased.! I ANTALMDTbflM she Pensacola Medical Society at.. KENTUCKY'WIUSKEY
Co. Atlanta Oa. Describe trouble. .
innres himself Notice! Is hereby given that the Board of Health office at 8
| against lots of on the soth :
and free medical advice Civet until trouble and worry. Nobody I day of October, U. lv.r.!. I will present to tiny Capsules ire gnperior o'clock p.m. Tuesday: May 27.
." raise his and the can I tbe Honorable Probate Judge of Kscambitt I to .Balitm/of pp&1ba. Visiting physicians
are
cared.CA:9 rent rent day taa County, Florida, my final accounts cordially
.' TORIu. no terrors for him. It's eay to owna vouchers, as Executor, and ask for my and dis C:bebl) iU Injection [ ) Invited to attend.

r., -ti ( !BI home now-a-days. TllOS. C I,charge stet,. from the Executonhip 1'. K. VO.VGI.Pensactla of :said. They t'areta48 hoars tlie 81 DR. E. F. BRUCE, t 'i.-t.

tue (Zrz; : : Watson & Co. can tell you how ator, same dixeiet withotit & Pre idelt.
ef easy it is. Call and see them. 'I Florida April 1YthEi'x I Ioaotfrn\ : I .ttaeace. SOLD BY ALL DR.* W. C. DKWBERT,

.. Ie. n25ttf Secretary. sold 6 by Danheiner! Bros..
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA MONDAY, MAY 19 1902. I'

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White Appeals Case.Fcottoooro I ; ',dI

CIPHER Ala., May 17.- Pam -- '. A)
:
\ r Tint's Pills White, who was Indicted, tried and I I .I ;,

convicted for the murder of Mary Williams ': :1- I i! I

an old idiotic woman and who j I a ) 'JI

:r nclttal.l stimulate tbe TORPID LIVER, was given a life sentence in the penitentiary ;

". ': M.ry Haruard and Im Strengthen the digestive organs, has appealed his case to the I
regulate the bowels, and .
IuveraVhret are un
c. ',. "So weverL as an supreme court on a writ of habeas cor- j 1I

\.. ','. <. io ht ('';.:Ltt'l'n. 1 was tweu- equaled I j I I pus before Chancellor Simpson this i C tI

.-. -'.,- !luil malU't'J nitre rapidlj ANTI-BILIOUS MEDICINE, week. The record failed to show that I i'' ,

.. !Lore traces of the In malarial districts the execution of the
: j \' M..I: boy their virtues arc returns was sustained -I ." \
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,., ,-i .il* were thinking! of htl kkly recognized, as they posits: pending his appeal to the supreme I. I II .;
v. peculiar properties hi freeing tht
., t t< r life, and 1 was not yet system from that pce1 oa. Elegant!) court. After hearing the pet!. I t -

t-. : v.t asking a hetrinnlcg. for 1 sugar coated. tion and the return by the sheriff and j ji : > / _1 '

Take No Substitute. i I the argument of counsel, the chancel. 1 j I I
: t :.:.:Ud studying; my profesjipmiiueut "'
and wealthy lor denied the petition and remanded I j''
;, .t { man ---- | fJ'
isbrow the prisoner to the custody of the j
awed wasitiitae
paytngIt
: + : f fI
r' i
wns plain that hie leave, Mary banded me the book she sheriff tending his appeal to the su I|
'., :: Ut. had been reading recommending it f ,
I Ire!!!e fturt. I ,
f-o far as the >ar- "
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as one that would interest me. On i '.
'., cuiictrnwl. and I could not I tli I
nr II
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': reaching I looked at tbe title
; my room I
V.. unwillingness: on larY'iI Two Children Cremated. f fI fI
t : .y and when I saw that It was "How to : : i i1R.GOO
relationship had changed Jasper Ala., May 17.-Two little
:'r
I Get on In the World" 1 threw it into a !I, I
f.'r ,...... .n.' school. We no longer I sons of A. C. Mauley, who resides near
corner and sinking on a lounge, buried ,
i.. ', !:" n. lilt'! heart and I would not icy face in my hands. i] Ja pt'r.t.re burned to death. Four i I IIIi : ,I

..! .:e t'i'LI; :;; her Low she liked: her It was growing dark when I got up. I children were playing in an empty : .

t.J.r .1' -1] 1"F." took the book from the corner and I] powder bouse near Calumet mines and !! uII ,I ; i .,1 I

A.. ,.. u' t us to the result was at last striking a light began to run over tho ,: thoughtlessly:: set fire to powder that ( ,

?..,,,", i I I.\. announcement of her leaves mechanically Why I did so I had been spilled on the floor. The /' I I I _
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I'; .:. : :.t to Mr. iebrow. Her par- | don't remember except that the dear powder had been wet and burned like I I /.I if l I II +,, I I Ii IiI
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,, : that they ; II'I j
'. > .1 plainly were I oil. the flames cutting them off from elf
t! bands of the girl I loved had so recently I :
d. rand Mary-well, at times I Ithe I qt.. ., ..
r ;1'1.t ". bhllt. 1 noticed under one of the door. An older brother, though I I It
: .. -:.< M-enied sad at otht.rs1. ,, a : I ( I j I'I
quite l'tIi
1 : words a cut. On the next page wasnDotLl'r young attempted to rescue the Iii ; Ili1IIhI'I d I111j1h1 k
elaborate trousv I
\t..iiwhllenn -
; : ? dancing back at the first 1saw others, and carried one of them outhrough I "
and 1IIOVl I
\ ? v provided' prepara- "
I the flames. The
that it wasVhy.. The second heroic deed
,, t i.i.I i..' K.HIK: ; for the v4i1ding.I << : "ba ," the of the little f'lIoalmot .
was \'e Turning; pages rapidly cost him i
returned from the law
I I I. : i.i.. I 1 was but a moment deciphering his life, for he was severely burned, 1
,
,.: ;1..i. :': Imh.llt'd my studies! tIll: TO GET IT.
the sentence, "Why have you deserted but will likely recover. I I
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wedding distrib-
1 M..r\'s wore Wl' "

.. 1 I i,nt 1:0 to see her remain- I
There were but five words! but they Lost Job and Suicided. ,
i :n t.Teat despondency. I Kick and Sq-jeal if the grocer offers ycu another kind, :.'
.. 1. r IK i mental anguish in my were enough.;: Was it too late? Only j' Hal(' Ih.Iay; 17.-Hubert Cash, EU- Flirg around-blow him up-holler: and stamp, I '
I twenty-four hours before the wedding:: : rintenjent of Durham Use lungs-smile-keep ,
... .. thinkiiii uf Mary Har- pt county home your your temper
'" .' ,.- ;f.of another.; One morn- What could do? To call at the house tor the agnd and infirm was discharged But keep: it up-hold out for Scotch Oats. ,I
\ and tell her of love would hardlybe At every Grocery Store.
my '
'
:. : yesteniay. lie attended a funeral,
: _- i i*. :! day before the wed.i.l /,
for her mother wuuldscm..ly
--i; -, ,'I'.'. t a note from her n k. practicable ,, then bought a pistol, walked 2 miles ,

.I: .: .;' r u'd' \ schoolfellow! Would\ not brook a second call so soon I I in the country, and while walking Scotch Oats with the kilted piper on every box-, never irom a ;;
after the tirst and would be present, as I
..- ,,, to her ns a maiden i| a'ong; a road and in the presence ol
.. .. ". .-. :j' ;" lliy that IheonJ\ lie at before. Taking the book she had lent 'I several persons blew out his brains l barrel never. And don' believe that any other A, is at all like it. :,! l;
? mo, I underscored the words: "JI I
f.. l.. ,,-k that afternoon. I did ) and also shot himself in the betas
schoolboy l lute is a man's love. Kind 1
OATS..ff
I : '.' -_., ;:.i. I saw nothing\ ; to )beg Until quickly resulted. When the SCOTCH //I'
some way to delay the wedding or
.,- .' ::. Nevertheless! 1 was F-.- '.atnl t: reached him they found his '

rt I : .. t.> hope that some in same break:evening otT the 1 match sent a messenger entirely; with The tlothiM on fire. remember, is the food that puts its whole strength straight into the system. 'j;

th '
t. fj.- : save her from the book and a formal note, unsealed And no other food in the world does that. Hold out for Scotch Oats.
coiiMd.'red him
[11. \ .is 1
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thanking her for lending: it to me and There i N more catarrh in thi-s! section
:i. oj !I.. j ;"f !'.,f. At the appointedM.iry '' ,
wishing her great happiness in her of the COlllltrthan_ all other I ,;
L ,.r I. 1 1.I' 1.
marriage.; dNeueput together,; and until the :;!!
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!, I : coiain:; to recehe i
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That night I did not close my eyes in 1I.t fw yearn wasuppo.ed to be in i

t r : ..-r allied inery stiUlyt sleep and sprat the ne\t: day In a mental curable. For a great many y"trdoctors PARKER'S
.O! ". : .. '. pronounced it a local ill-. fr*. HAIR BALSAM
(t.\'t-r. The wt.Jilin:1S; to be at SAM KEE'S
1 \1;. r. > i 'u busy l to sec you." she 1 ...a"f'. and l'rt'.trilwlllucal l remedie-, Awarded at Parts fleshes and hraaute tie.. heat ,
..tld 7 o'clock! and the reception at half past P'uuiolrt II laian'r.t ,' -th. I 't
.' '!L !..aIs: ..4.-'l me to i-xeu!"e her and by constantly failing to cure by Never Full to Heatore Okay .,'
7. Had Mary received the book? Hair to its Youthful. Color. I
1. :} i'. She hopes to see you at the j tLe 1 local treatment pronounced it in- Cunr urs p d *VIM e A bur IKUICC. ..
Would she and could the the .
delay curable. Science has 1O..lInd| "'It Pni yim j '
.,,'. j" proven catarrh New !
\\ i L' Laundry
marriage? be constitutional _. .. ,
to a dUea: -e, PNAIAROCHEWINE -- 4 *
I.th of all this was disproved a 1
About 4 o'clock 1 wont out for a and thfitfore requires constitutionaltreatment. .

f' iii.iur.cs later Ly Mary herself. walk hoping; to gain some relief from Hall's! Catarrh Cure FEverc1Woman'
1\ i .niie imo the drawing; room. Ihr manufactured -J. & (' NEW BUILDING ::1
,
by Cheney
the terrible suspense. Meeting a boy i 110' la inttrrf led and shouM know ,
[ '!.ir cte her an angry ;glare. mat with the evening papers. I bought one. ''Toledo. Ohio. I N the only con-titu- CORDIAL t, about tli*numlt rf u) 'I ti

!. -.1 PoiilHliilU! aliout lei\in:; thlllj, *. I tional cure on the 1I1:1 'kf't. It H Hi2he'l l! recommendations for cure of Poorness t ttl3 MIRIL Hhirlinq spray''t
After giuui a glance at the headingson ; ol Blood, Stomach troubles and Gcncn De- ,,, Ttenrwlr.tr.trrtap.. NORTH PALAFOX STREET .
!
'.' :lotle, then settled herself! ill herr taken internally in ilo-f. from ]10 ae. ,
,
the first page I was about to put' bilj'.. Increases the appetite .ren2lhrns \ tluauad.w'.a. lu'et >; t
I : to lie present at the inter.'\\'. drop to a tt:1-I' "lI1fltJ. It act directly the nerves and builds up the entire t>stem. rqlut f'evwarut ,
', the paper, In lilY pocket when my eyecaught I on the blood! and! nm'uu.lIr.- L y IIIM.w.l..lnllt I .< North of Court House.I.jihM .< !
:al! was surprise to see \ 'I
my larythe 3 "r..untPARIS ,
the words. "A Wedding Delay face.of the "y.teii. They olfer one roc AA your. 4"0,101 for I r'r" ,
whole of the 'flln'1'llII'''i ! ed.Vi1h a Hash of hope 1 scanned i hundred dollar; *: for any case it fail?; '"\In ..'..a't'I'1'm ,, 1..I'lH'11 liicliiiicr.t and N
,, F. Koufc-rra A Tn.Iken D
'nT 1 Mid me. t.-tkin; up a l H.k. i 1 ('1I..r.t.tl\"t'ud'ldl"lCOrn. \
what followedOwing :: to cure. :end furcireularelidtes- ;
., read I. \.i. ra.dNlt.gb- rJd.t1BrcM rii-M-ni.s Work.GIVE .
during the whole ufMt.mwhile ,
.
to the Indisposition!'= of Miss timoniaN. AUdre:'', ImIpanl 'ulnrrandur.rnuetrmva : I
; she was tinsreriny I F. J. ClIKXEY & Co.. ;uaLir I.1J..l1r'tI': \t.I.C.CI.. ? aL
Ilarnnrd. who was to have tx i
Mary etuarried i HIM A TRIAL.
.
> r cutter with a penknife: 1, TIII'dClOhiu. Room iUc Timeb Bldg., New 1"one. .j
this evening: to Mr. Charles M I
I iias so distressed and Sold 1 by drtiggi-ts. 73c.lUlimiH ;;: .
lIisl.fOtbu been
wedding baa post !

Iid: it left not the Uvn h"ua for .myie at polled.The"transition from the terrible strait in J')Lj-lJaifam.from the the ccrta.q orlhfm cure for IVnoitTK cou:.;h*. THE GARDEN SECTION -

i g to t.lf111'1' that 1 1he. 1 WING HOP
Sues Saloonists for 7500. fit
1 had been under to a wild Joy very ij I :
1 conversed -_ 1C'I I
sa>ly nearlbrought! a swoon. Ilirminphain. Ala.. May 17.-E. A. I : -- "
1
.
When 1 '
to
r.
rush it was nut known to any; except Tucker has tiled snit against II F Fensacola .

the family: that on receipt of Ill) OMham & Co.. saloonfets.; asking tor Importers and lif-alrrs In- Florida ,:' i Ih

eiph. r menace e Mary told her expectant j $7. ,"11 damages. He says he ,bought

Druggist CATARRHCOLD ,:.ui...l end that she did not love bin > \\hifrky from the defendants and took Chinese and JapaneseFancy Near East Hill Electric Railway Terminus. ; : '.

!flrIv aril ::11 released her. A year later an :, two small drinks: out o the flask. II-. --- --- 6
flY'S Goods I I"
tNT; othi'i enuageuie'it; ; was announced, folowetl !utllt'jiato-lr! became deathly sick anti I i I '1- :

TRI4l SllE.r ogrggMLBA otC 'ij a speedy mar1'i:!;;!!. Mara declares that he has not been able FINE CHINA TEAS. Beautiful Lots for Sale. f

RfSElp IS.ii card wa- the! bride; I was tilt i to earn a livelihood since, having l
'i : :'r, ?ill C81l,1vurr! uuu1.SA; I'.UOWX DALLCTT. ': 31 South Palafox St. 40x137 feet at from $76 to
.. FEVEq ; ;;;- "pains in his head. etc. He says $200 each, accord- i it f
1.1..1: .11 11"1'., Laundry Oflice. Pensacola Fla.
- --- the liquor was noxious and caused ing to location and surroundings. : 1
1,1 ., ;
I, his suffering.:
., 'the lntrloacle of Trade. --- -- "I.

."iI.1" .. \IIIa'I-How much fur children j jpictures' Exceptionally Good Neighborhood !
pp5 PENSACOLA Beautiful View r I
1 .way at'ld y .' I Gift for Alabama. ,

1"ltJto'faphH-Teu: shillings; a dozen j I Washington May 17.-The senate High, Dry Fertile Lands. '

I' 'N' HEAD| ..I'la'l i has i>ae
'.' Sfl4.Ul lu,l, Hllil tlll l llI \\
III Hi 1-\1'\ cUe Hi UI! 1.1- "sill, iiiue.-Tlt-lits. tired battle ships Don Juan de Austria I' E. O'L' CHAFFERS; Director offered in Pensacola.

t.ot 1I1I"Otl" I :" and Almlrante Oquenilo. !
;slaw arrc, StrNrw: \ ,rlr.PIMPLES Like a Urown'ng'! Man. ---- I| Home Seekers Should; I
i See These Lots. 'j: f;
Five years ago a disea-e the dime : Dangerous if Neglected. Piano, Voice Culture Violin. Pip -

t 'called dy-spep-ia tlokuch, bold I Burn; cuts and other wounds: Orj an. Cornet, Mandolin, Guitar,

.f tne that I couldcarer!) g a'' often fail to heal properly if neglected !j Cello, etc. Vl U bbs ; ;I:

writes lei /'\. Marsh: well-known I ,
and become troublesome! !sore. Also Director Penacola Concert .
attorney of Nncmia. Tex. I took Corner
DeWitt'sVitch Htzfol:111'' prevents Garden and Alcaniz Streets.
"9y.ulf had pimple oil her lace but quantities of pepsin and other inedicities '' such cneyuencewet Hand and Elite Orchestra. i.
I: "a ta<;ui! I.A"l'A1tEiand tbey but ,
!
nothing helped tne. As a
;
where
the in-
'*, iiuUi'n,aaptlearett.' for soiuitime i had brio but after trouble tall drowning! man grab at a ,straw I t jury DeWitt's delay aggravated Witch Hazel Salve': Brass and String Music Furnished V. C. BREST President. WM. H KNOWLKM. W. K. HYKU: JR., J. H. HI<:EISE, .t i i,

-1 <"4ii'.rpt 1 have bud no trouble ;;rabb d at K< dol.! I felt an improvement tracts? a cure "I had a running!I Vlct'.Prt'81dent. I'Mbier Ass't Cashlse 11
e ..:want. We cauiiot apeak too hlKhirets at and after few All Occasions.
once
a sore on leg thirty ,
r'KH W my years gay.I ;
,' Ave. I'hiladelplii AK11IAN.rmantown ,PsCANDY bottles am "I'tindind well.' Kndol I 1.., H. C. Hardy Yankeetown, Ind. Address; : Escambia }{oral.

is the only preparation: which exactly ', 'After n-insj: many! remedies, I tried First National Bank H l lI.
:'Htudio: Parlors of Fit
reproduces the natural disjp! !"- DeW'iit'sVitch Hazel :,al\'f. A few Baptist
.hnrch.REMOVAL .
CATHARTIC tlve juices and consequently i is the boxes healed the -ore." Cures! all l

only one which dige-t; any goo dskin 1 di-eaes. Piles yield to it at ,I''I.

food and cureany' form of stomach: i''' once. Beware of counterfeit Hari .: OF PENSACOLA.

trouble. Harris' Phirmacy, ', sis'Pharmacy i John Sheppard, Sid ; NOTICE. FLA. ,II :

:Sheppard. Sidney Kahn.O.A.BTO I ney Ivihn. !! ,',1" :
raahf Iwaa sanatncount. __n __ iIR80TORJ: s i

n :x./L Educate Your Bowels. Dr. G. H. Tuttle, WM. H. KNOWLE3. W. A. ELOUNT. F. C. BRENT V. K. HYER. JB .}l !

Sears the lie :; s i'aals Your bowels can be trained as wellas Dr. I. G D. O. BRENT.
: ; ; Heard
Tanto taul No agutu res ct: ; ,
muscles brain. Cas
w''aarn.rGnprlac' ..coc your or your I

CURE CONSTIPATION. ... cf /- / .I/' carets Candy Cathartic train your ;:I I! DENTISTS. rml c in mnti Chziii B At.ad t !lL !

f .If.*.,........1. \.. J...L. tl bowels to do right. Genuine tablets

stamped C. C. C. Never sold in KOOIII 7 anti !>. )1". onie Temple. i
KO-TO-B4C. acrarantmd liT ii.drug' IF YOU ARE :i .
4 I KK'lobftCCU JUDiL bulk. All r All branches of smrRicalI/peraute and
druggists, roc. I Mectianlcal entistry performed with tech L9'We draw onr cat Bills of Exchange on Great
LOOKING FOR BARGAINSi I nical -.klll.'I Britain, Ireland !Ij i d
The finest line of umbrella in the.' Germany, France, Austria, Italy, Holland, Hpain, Belgium Russia

OPERA HOUSE i i city is at J. I. Stephens'. Go look I I'I Terth.t.old-pl'rl111: attention and Porcelain givt-n KillingCrown to f'hllrl1'.n'' 9 : way,Swedes, Denmark and other European countries.D8bur88 Boi ) n

at them. :..
i I and Bridge Work. ------ i ; il

.I- 'u- n..xt tin days' I will ?*ll\ I -- Heat Material! ; Competent Veieelil <1 upon th* Terms j
h'quipmrnt. Meatln and theii
1\ :v' v' q : articl" now in -took at I I ObUgaUoDd Taken Payable aa Pora of Ten or FJtai8D II; 1,-
:HyMay28. any a'; Paints, oils, glass and\;\j,I Telephone. ( ,S. after Vessel \rrlyel '!ter., Da11 I'I
diMint; of 'i;i per cent from the reg- :! )

Ben Dunham i Hi'-: pril' Think of it-you will i i builders' hardware at the arSafety Deposit BoxeR for Rent In Connection ;f ,' !1<
1'1'I
I 1--- *_'i..n u diamond ring or pi"he with which we have Priva
I Willis Hardware Co.'s. A'Dartment for the UM 'i: : '
THE WORLD-FAMED w .' -it r
ACROBAT. *I1"J"n; oveo; cents onevery ij.I


".i I I Ii loT L IOUIlLESextette i i.* the time it..lla-to bay worth your you diamonds buy. Now or ; mm- DISEASES I \ [WE WILL FURNISH YOUR HOME FREE! I'I ; 1 ];

watch: or any other article in stock H IV..nifl V VMIWlVi >1 >1Ma**>> > * >
Wrt l why fnr ;j
I par hanlfew I I
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very cheap. Call and examine I' 1 I._iiwratMl atA.ufcj I

. ;good Hetnember this otter is for> fatal of all dI. I I lr _I arala IIII0lIIt" what we Ire tMiutiul 1 ;., :fr. ., ff RE.\DTUEtFTTERSIF --'. and .I "
toll malt And tn tne Best
-
,. w.a..t '
Liqnor- I i oar!II. w' R,rr Lruh ... .1 yoa i iline. 11
.I.riLll; FROM :- : only ten day". Xo trouble to show of all kinds served by >f a : ,t.- .- .ap "?, ?n ...1. a'", 0'I I I +jj
tasei.FOLEY'S. or Ntli it "' > .UM. I a
goods. J. STKl'HKNS:. Polite and CourteousAttendants. 'I

I Florodorarv I Hi' 'Hall! Palafoxtreet.. IIDIEY CURE il lliiruttf ii f i : 'I If !,\

FULL MEASURE AND G ltw'"", .stwl .o-! .'. .-'Je. ; .j
Iter m.nl1 \11 "
J wa sire a SU- ... e1-4 i
tJ > toy 1"1 -hnt.IwaugL'.T .M '
FINE QIIUITY.- r. d alq
J
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etdtr..I.P' "i' r,- fa1' '
P?j CASTORIAFor r ITII se7mapsad .i.BBwmi.:; '., VT. n.ret. w ta are''''1'. .n /r..... I ii ,..
I 01. Gmtilos .: .rl a.J .1".1 II,' ,,, J ;
CHAFFERS' BAND. refunded. u other s r. ... .I.' 'Ii I .Ii .r< ,
money DANNHEISSER BROS. .. ", .... \ 'I
\4.&I e.
LlI.t IIJ.\ [. .. ...... I
Infants and Children. reniediea recognized by emJ- AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED (;_b_.i..1 :..., -', 'IHLF, nil'1...,....:I.rnt'O!.,.n.-x>r.... 4 I :I

The Kind You Have the best fot .weal j....... w.L ItHor t'o.y.,n.r'My W.uot.In., !ale r.1 are. a!.: a'Mani''n. \rr we;a'nw: .a w..f'I I I 1.
".i
Always Bough physicians u y 1t.
: cent nri!>' ;
-u: : the 1 i'. A. C. I I. I, Haw tistey.M in II frw' days uop.yrteIeforr 1 W.'or'd..t'.r'r.l.r: "pan wy'.; ,,,1.' 1 w.1 I.' L, : '
am awe tn. 1 !
"Ioo..c nth t. to dt-lYI'r'I .
troubles. 4 r.l.\ ... I.
w RiiU -:15 :harp. Bears the // Kidney and Bladder am House-101 ri. Palafox street. tund.1D. )In. A,1Lv IILICIL\<.... PI".otfor... l"'y.J.g"It&" Uu.Ydrl.y'1 J' .,

NUCUfa.Mh4JI.t4. R. R. Exchanse-Opp. Union Depot SALVONA SOAP CO.. Cor. 12th & Pin( Sts. ;
ST. I
Tickets! : 50 and 75c. Signature I W. A. D'ALEMBEPTE. ,I P. 0, Box 281. Pensacola, Fla. LOUIS, MO. ..

r Phones 116-268. i" .-
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I. THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, MAY 19. 1902




e faZ,52SS slug SSS4S S 4 I Itl'7DPERSONALJ SEAMAN INJURED i I EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE! PRESBYTERIAN I -

HIT n tTmrv II Ifl $1.75 $2.00 <
r
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SOCIETY ON VERMONT I
INSTALLATION Q
MEETINC CALLED FOR MONDAY, V
Oxfords e Oxfords

MAY 26 AT 7:30 P.M.A
: .
Ii KNOCKED OVERBDARD BY STICK -- CEREMONIES

t.f. '!
OF TIMBER. meeting of the Democratic Executive -. -
H. J. Packard of Museogee was' I
''
among the visitors here yesterday. Committee of Escambia' In the presence of one of the: FOR

I W. A. Thompson, who came hereon county will be held at the office of largest congregations which has i
1" M. Cro**, who is now stationed
at Laurel Hill, spent tiunday in the j::1 the schooner James A. Garfield JudgeT. R. McCullagh at the court : ever assembled in that church, '

I r city. j I[,. as second mate, was aboard the house at 7:30 o'clock p. m. Monday, yesterday, at 11 o'clock, the Rev. .MONDAYONLY ..

'!. Mrs Jacob Kryger will leave tonight steamer Vermont, which is lying at I II II I,,I May 26,1902, for the purpose of calling ;' Linn R. Walker was installed as I

1 for Franklin, La., on a visit to I|I Perdido wharf, Saturday: and was !!i a primary election and to transact pastor of the Presbyterian church,

; friends. knocked in the head by a stick of I I I such other business as may come the religious ritualistic ceremonies j !

i The Misses Griffin's dancing class timber and thrown into the water. :j i 1 before it. .- C. B. PARKHILL, j having been conducted by Rev. R. i
i iI
: will meet this evening at 8 o'clock atSt j, The injured man was fished out of i I, DAN MURPHY, Chairman. : Q. Baker, an aged divine from Argyle !'

; : Joseph hall. the bay and sent to the hospital for.! ecretary. : Fla., assisted by the Rev. O. I] j $1.35

S. G. French, Jr., of Laurel Hill treatment.[ His wound is not serious M. Tallett, formerly pastor of Pres. I
silver j
The finest line of sterling
was among the guests at the Merchants -
i but f is very painful. :roods and silver novelties is to be |i byterian churches in Santa Rosa
yesterday. found at J. I. Stephens'. Prices to PAIR.
I county
l' W. 0. Batey left Saturday night Aek Your Dealer for Allen's Font-Kase. please all.KILIEDA.
Among the congregation were sev-
for Murfree-boro, Tenn., with 47 negro I A powder lor the fi-ft. It cures Swollen,sore

laborers to work in the phosphate and HotCallousAchingtiweating Bunion At all: dragi'.sti Fl'Pt.auJ Corn shoe! I eral ministers and many representative MEYER SHOE GO.Feet

mine. stores::1C. Ask: today. : citizens, all of whom sat throughthe .
c
; Percy 1. Haye, the genial city MONSTER SNAKEAbout entire ceremony notwithstanding -

i editor of the Daily Journal, is out FLOIWCWELLNO( the extremely warm weather. II I Furnishers (for Cash Od}',

y after an illness of some time with --- When the installation serviceswere

measles.i 102 South Palafox Street.
I while Rev. Baker
dusk Saturday car completed preached

; i i BErt McDonald of Orange, Texas, I LONGER No. 20 was rounding the North Hill a very interesting sermon, after ,: .. .. .. .. ... .
W. Maud of Fort Worth Texas and .
j .
t I line and when on DeSoto street, be- which a large number went forward ... Y Ye .....
,
1 C. Scobell of Chihuahua: : Mexico, .1

are among the guests at the )[er- Saturday afternoon the water from tween Baylen and Spring, the motor- :. and welcomed Rev. Walker to the $2.00 p $1.75

chants. man saw a big land moccasin in the Presbyterian church. 'j
the Escambia oil well ceased to flow .

)[. L. Cottiugharc; who has been and everyone i is wondering why. i sand near the track. The reptile !i Last night at S o'clock Rev. Tal- c 'IT W '

with Southern Express company was fighting mad at being disturbed lett preached a powerful sermon and c Oxfords
|
The only reason that can be riven i is jnONDAY
for some time, resigned Ins position ;o sudden and reared itself prepared today both of the visiting ministers .

ye-terday and left for Flrala to accept that the disturbance at St. Vincentmay i! to give battle. left for their respective homes. .. .. ... ".'..''AI'........ ,
a have cawed it.
po-itiou.
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: The men in charge of the car did Mothers: Mothers: Mothers: ----- --- --- -- --- -
Chas. Forum, who ha bpeu clerkin
SOGIEfvWILL I not appreciate the idea of live snakesI How many children are at this season feverish -
the ollice of Tax Collector A. H. CARNIVAL i i I and constipated, with bad stomach
D'Alemberte for about three years, I I being in a neighborhood so thickly I and beadncne. Mother 6raY'1i tv'e"t Powders I WNNWN"mNN"r
for children will always cure. If worms .
left today for Century to accept aposition settled! so they stopped the car and are present they will certainly remove I I
MEET TO-NIGHT them. At all druggists. 3! cu. ham pie j
there. by the aid of a switch bar despatch- mailed KbK.: Address Allen :;. Olnmed.i ,

Miss Nora Betsworth of this city, ed his snakeship in short order.A :i I LeRoy, N, Y. __- I

who H stenographer in the law of- The Carnival Society will meet for measurement of the reptile was MILCH COWS FOR SALE

fice of Col. \V. W. Flournoy, at De-
important business tonight, and a taken and showed him to be 5 feet 7
Funiak Sprinz*, has been appointeda OR EXCHANGE
attendance i* requested by the inches in length, 3 inches in circuraI -
notary public by Governor Jennings.
I o-AT-o Q(
[ otticers. I ference and 2 inches across the head. : FOR DRY CATTLE
I II!(
No held last It is that the
A meeting: wa Monday supposed monster I -
reception will b*> held at the i

residence of Mr*, Sarah Peterson, ;, night on account of tie meeting had been regaling himself on the :1 Call at lOS Wet Chase: street and
( L. FRIEDMAN & GO'SVPrice
corner of Barcelona and Government I place being ued by the quarantine many young chickens in that vicinity 1 i make 1ftmlbtGEo\V.your choice. TrRm.N, JR.

street, in honor of the _
tonight committee. This have
committee will and was en route to an- -- -- -
,
recent marriage of ,Mr., and Mr*. meet again tonight; but tle! aociaj '!ether! royal feast when met and You never heard of any one usingFoley' t wRACKET STORE.; .. :
D.lvhll'rp.ton Delon :y. Honey and Tar and not being -
,
j tion has arranged for a meeting to killed by the street car men. satisfied. W. A. D'Aleinberte,
Lieut. J. H. Bull U. S. N., who 121 S. Palafox street.
be held at the Bu=ton Shoe Store.
will -uccied Capt. Fred ;singer as stand Like a Stone A\'all.
commander of the Seventh, Light- i BAY EXCURSION Remnant Sale2CONSISTING : -
CONCERT AND DANCE AT Between your children and the
hou-9 Ii-trict. arrived last! night MAGNOLIA BUTF THURSDAY; torture* of itching and burning eczema i!(
and went down to IIH new station -c.ildt.ead other skin dieaes.How Tuesday Night; Under the Auspices
NH1HT TRAINS AT S. V:3'I) AND :' Bucklen's the iivonl: League ot the Methoilit 5$- OF-<$*
using
I this morning.. Tins oilicer is well why by a
'.I. LAST TRAIN RKITRN-s Arnica Salve, earth's greatest healer. Church.
known here, from having brew stationed White Lawns. Dimities Ducks, Piques, Colored
11 :--x>. TICKETS l'EXT-.AT juicket cure for Ulcer Fever I, Steamer Columbia will leave Pala-
here previously :>.oreS l.t Rheum, Cut*, Burns or in fact
DEPOT. bruises. infallible! for. riles. 23c.: :, fox wharf at 7:30 p. m. and visit the Lawns, Crashes. Gtnghams, Remnants

Emanuel Meertief, K J. Meyer, : -- at W. A. D'Alemberte's drug store, Life Having station, where surf bathing of All Kinds from I to 10 Yards

Leon B. Kohn, E. J. Moore and E. PRESIDENT 121 South Palafox street. s can te enjoyed. Tickets 2> .
and X. L PIERPONT --- Positively at One-Half Price.
buiau of Montgomery, 1 cent Refreshment will be old II(,. .
Trc THE :NEW Want Column. .
who formed a pleasant fishing ------ --
partyat ------- 1
=
:, on the boat. ITm'Jt -=
East }'.l-*, returned APPOINTS DELEGATESPresident --- -- -
Huurday
CONCERT AND DANCE AT 2e HlIlI'u tOKsiT: > in White' I"i/lk- .
afternoon and left the Mme night SHIP RETURNED ,: MAGNOLIA BLUFF THURSDAY Ju each I 111
for --- MiirtSee (Hrlll,- ...;
Montgomery.; They report fine | NIGHT. TRAINS AT 8. b:30 AND ails IMiir; aN" 1.1'IItll.<

luck and a moat eujoyabl-j trip. J. Harris Pierpont of 9. LAST TRAIN RETURNS AT
: LEAKING BADLY 11:50. TICKETS 25 CENTS: AT Show Window. :
In the New Orleans ->-Democrat the Florida fE.dicrl'Oci6ty ha ap- :, DEPOT. ;
-
of yr-terday appeared: a picture' pointed delegate to the American .:
i ..f little Gladys Prior, with a write-- Everybody has a right to a little YOUR ANXIOUS TO PLEASE, II''(
Congress of Tuberculosis, which con- !I Tie! British ship Lizzie Burrill, piece of this earth. But they must
DI as follow: "Little Gladys Baldwin : veues at New York June i, follows fight for it. They mut watch their '
i Prior, uitd; two years and eight as which! sailed Wednesday Ian for chance to get it, and get it. L. FRIEDMAN & CO.

months, i is the\ youngest daughter: of : Rio Janeiro, returned to port this Thos. C. Watson & Co.

Mr. and Mr*. George B. Prior of Pen- Jacksonville-Dr. J. I). Fernandez, morning leaking badly.A I have some particularly fine bargain: ::

i:; acola, Fla. A child: with a mind Dr. U. Daniel, Dr. J. H. Durkee to offer just now, and they invite wmMrnmmPPaxson
survey will be held, and while it 1
,I maturedparkliug with brilliancy, vou to come and investigate same.
and Dr. E.I.lell..
like di.iclem of i cannot now be said as certain, iti You will never regret having done
a jewels rare; lovable'
':>'so.
and wet as, a tl )Wet, pretty and Pen-acola-Dr. Warren E. Anderson i* thought! the cargo will have to be

fair as, -uumier butterfly" Dr. H. L. Simpson, Dr. E. F before the

lion B. C Tuuisou left yesterday I Bruce and Dr. Louis de M. Blocker. \I: discharged be repaired.The damage can ,iII IV VUri' & Hall's -". t '

on the 125: : p. m. train for Orange, Tampa-Dr. Frank H. Caldwelland TNiCK'S :
leak discovered .
was while the :;:. iT TLIfr.:
New Jersey, twelve mile from New Dr. L. W. Weeden.St. .
vessel was some hundred or *o miles _
York city. He was tiled: thereby Augutine-Dr. DeWitt Webb Transfer. : ,
from Pensacola.I.ailiett .
the sad intelligence of the sudden
and D:. S. G. Worlev.
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i death of hi* *i-ter. Miss i Alice Turnron. -

Mi-s Tum-on was a very accomplished Key West-Dr. J. Y. Porter and Can Wear Shofi EI'E('IAL ATTEMION

and highly esteemed Dr. J. B.l"weeting.Other" one lie smaller after usin< AII n'soot.. GIVEN T''. I I I
Fa'a powder to be shaken into the shoes '
young lady. ;She and her mother are a- follows : Dr. T. S. :Uniakra u: visited Pen-acola in 1H.H and ui-taat reliff to corns and bunion it'sthe umiui ? I Baggage and Hauling.
spent Anderson, Live Oak ; Dr. R. L. Hor- lir-aiest comfort dl-covery of the agt : :II
several mouths her.. Her sudden Curand prevents swollen fret, bllsr..n.catOUi i! .
sey, Fernandma ; Dr. R. L. Harris, : aid ore spots. Allen's Koot-Kase .
death was quite a shock to her many Ma cert.a care for sweating hot aching Machinery, Safes! Piano and
Orlando Dr. J. t..t. At all druggists and shoe stores, 5c. ,
friends in nacola..; ; Harrison: Hodges. l'ont accept any substitute. Trial package Furniture Moved Promptly at

-- -- -- Gainesville; Dr. A. L. Izlar, Ocala: H'.KE LeKoyN.by mail Lt'yn1.R.dimm Address,AII.m Illumed, Short Notice; also Conduct. .. I
tJVS F.\rmtueIn : I DAILY MENUS !
Dr. W. L. Hughlett.. Cocoa. 1,11tS'1'CI.Ari.Livery .
IVojilr \\.ho l> tad cakc a s;wJj end coughs and colds Comprise all the Up-to- Ever Do Thison
I-IMK and Drink I
select << Properly. -- -- i iSalucribe
SOLOMONKAHNENGAGEMENT Date Dishes the Mar FeedjandSale
On the cotles question a ijy say, week.e to the NEWS lOc per ; kets of the World a cold morning before man. > j

"I used to be*o miserable after breakfast -
:
got to breakfast
!JASord. Stables. up get If so, :
that I did not know how to et'
Water coolers that do not know the benefit of using dAS '
through the day. Life was a burden !, -
to me. When I tried to sleep I was i ANNOUNCED waste ice, at the Willis Corner Zamgosu and Jefferson Streets cooking Mamma can touci *

miserable by having horrible dreams I:I Hardware Co.'s.STATKMENT. I Ladies' Private Opposite Plai. s A Telephone 251. match and she has fire enough '
followed by hours of wakefulness. ,
-- -- bake, broil or stew, and c*,
papa
Ga would rise on my stomach and I' Parlor. "

: would belch almost continually. At an informal gathering of itame- : Dining HARRY HALLTURK. take an extra nap while breakfa-1: ,"
Teen every few weeks I would havea -
long siegs of sick headaches. I' diatefriends and relative at the:' Male under Section its.Chapter 4115, Lava under way. Of all modern c' .
of }Florida showing the amount of taxei Manazer Transfer Department.Moonlight .
tried a list; of medicines and physicians home of Mrs S. Kahn: 32: East charged to the tax collector of Escambii I I veniences, especially during t -
without benefit. county Honda to be collected for the tax : Regular Dinner Daily.
Finally I concluded to give up my Gregory yesterday, the recent en- year 1M and the apportionment of same to 1 summer months, there ii not i ,1
the several ands for which such taxes have ,
cotlee and tea altogether and Use ;: gagement of Miss Sarah Kahn to been levied,including poll tax with county I Ii j that thehonsewifeappreciates: Ilka:
Podium CouVe. The first cap[ was a : chool tax: Hop
1: Mr. B. M. Solomon Total amount charged to I Short Orders Promptly : GAB RANGE STOVE.
failure. It was wishy-washy! and I':' a young insur- or
taxes .... ... .. tTl.-CT 471
offered to give the remainder of the ance of t Amouatcollected to May 1 I Filled. Night or Day.
package to anyone who would take'', man Montgomery, was: an- I 5.Iwi .... .. ......... ... 89Ai4 081 I i ATMAGNOLIA
it. nounced. j Pen acola Gas Co.
I I I Balance ._ : BLUFF,
"I noticed later on in one of the ad. Among the visitors LJriL'2 iI If It'i Borne thing Good to Eat ,
ertisements that Po tuni should be :I present who County tax proper...._ 113,(); 13 ----I j yon wUn,you'It Hal It at : Tuesday Night 20th
boiled at least 15 minutes to make it 1\i heard the important announcement 'mountcoUectttd tuMay I asked the cook bow !she' I' 5, IWi.. .... .. ....... ..:..... Saar "3- 5,4>v "J' Nick
good. \ made by Mrs. Kahn mother Apostle'sPopular Under the Auspices of --
made it and she said 'Ju t the same of Miss : County school taL.: S31,.> :seAmount -

as I did tea, being careful not to let ; Sarah, were Mr. and Mrs. M. Solo 5,Ivd collected.. to. .May._ lUll 15- 15.UT 61i ; Restaurant I| Catholic Knights of America. CHEW- -NOTICEH.- --
itsteep too long.: 'i; County roai and bridge i iI
mon, of
; parents the "
prospective NEITHER the captain o<
directions and concluded :. .
"I read the tax m,25J: 3iAmountcollected '
I I I Refreshments at era nor consign! **! of : -
Prices.A
.
Postum had not bad a fair trial, J I groom, and Mr. I. F. Solomon, a ,. to May City _Ruaatin bark Lima w.:: "-
5. lr: .......... .... 10.K4 15- Tea 28Coacty i I *
t10 we made a new lot and boiled it Prize will be reiponnble for dabti oonlraea
.j brother, all Montgomery.. fine and forfeit given to the Most by the crew of laid Yeu'!|.
15 or 20 minutes. That time it came, ;:. ure tax .I 5.519: iffAmountcoliectedto Popular Lady on the Grounds. A. K.tUorKi to the table a different beverage and May I i. I Pensacola Lumber Co.. LaptrConsignees.
delicious that we have been For Tax Collector. 5. Iwtt> . ._ 3.'iII 3.1t.U" 11mr.aSEITHERth@CAPtalD'o
was so Admission
using it ever since.. ;, The friends of Henry Bellinger an- i county bond tax ....... .. ..I 2,407 >} If you wish the very best 25 cents

"My sick headaches left entirely nounce him as a candidate for Tax i i, Amoantcollected i.U'J.-... ... ...to....May. ..... 1,4*) 53U 10 i ice cream freezer at the very I Trains will leave Union Depot ,.',.::-.'',
as did the sleepless nights, and I am ; Collector of Escambia: subject r '
county \I lowest price, the Willis Promptly at 7:45 and 8:30: p. m., re- t
now a different woman. Name to the democratic primary to beheld 1 Balance ____ _._ $'t, t3 3- I turning; at 10:10 and 11:40 "*;I'
BITCH. by Postum Co., Battle Creek, 1 July 15, 1902 and request the A. M. MCMILLAN. 1 Hardware Co. can please p, m. N by the crew of ialiS veu lOTTO
te1AL1! Clerk: Circuit i Send Refreshments f'BAJaTo
of all Democrats. Court. to Depot not
support I' .
2 i Mich. I > By B. H. Burton, D. C. \ you. j later than 4:30. Order. Cats I.DI:

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